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Asked on: 1/24/11, 9:16 pm

I would like to sue the Seventh-day Adventist Church and can prove the following.

1. The defendant made certain representations to the plaintiff, presenting them as facts;

2. In so doing, the defendant intended the plaintiff to believe the representations;

3. In so doing, the defendant intended the plaintiff to part with something of value;

4. The representations made by the defendant were false;

5. The defendant knew, at the time of making the representations, that they were false;

6. The plaintiff, relying on those representations, parted with something of value;

7. The plaintiff, in so relying, was acting reasonably;

8. The plaintiff suffered damage as a result.

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