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 Complaint by Debtor For Posting of Notices of Indebtedness in and Around Plaintiff's House, Causing Intentional Infliction of Mental Anguish, and Violating the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
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The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) prohibits harassment or abuse in collecting a debt. The FDCPA applies only to those who regularly engage in the business of collecting debts for others -- primarily to collection agencies. The Act does not apply when a creditor attempts to collect debts owed to it by directly contacting the debtors. It applies only to the collection of consumer debts and does not apply to the collection of commercial debts. Consumer debts are debts for personal, home, or family purposes. The collector is restricted in the type of contact he can make with the debtor.

This form is a generic complaint and adopts the "notice pleadings" format of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which have been adopted by most states in one form or another. This form is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.

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Infliction Federal Act Other Form Names

Indebtedness Debt   Infliction Act   Debtor Debt Collection   Intentional Infliction   Around Fair Practices   House Federal Act   House Federal Fair  

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