In the State of Texas, talcb still has jurisdiction. Have a former appraiser who just got charged. Candy Cooke, Broker ... In the State of Texas, talcb stillrpctexas
the fees/costs would be insignificant compared to a lawsuit - and anyone can be sued at any time for nothing!!!! It only takes one lawsuit to pretty much makejudithawheeler
Thin ice.............................. VERY thin ice. I certainly wouldn't think that was a worthwhile "money saving" decision. Or one based on best legaljudithawheeler
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