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— by iamsomedude iamsomedude
I changed to read how I wanted it to read, and yes, the indorsement on the reverse side is also done "by accommodation" because one is ACTING on behalf of another. It is always "by accommodation" when in that capacity (ie: Status)


by accommodation ... settler, grantor, grantee ...

what is the difference?

IS there a difference?

or is it just coming in some other capacity (ie: Status) than one that can be called "pro se" ??  because we should be HATING that term "pro se" or "pro per" because:


Full letter here


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