Civil Practice – Lay Representation – ‘Power of Attorney’ – Subject Matter Jurisdiction – RemovalBank of America Inc. v. Campbell Even though Anthony Clay Campbell purports to be defendants’ attorney-in-fact, since he is not an attorney-at-law, he is not authorized to represent defendants in court.
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Published: June 15, 2012
Time posted: 3:41 pm
Tags: Civil Practice, Lay Representation, power of attorney, Removal, subject-matter jurisdiction