Re: Is an Email Instructing Someone to Insure a Package Legally Binding
it doesn't matter if they instructed you to insure it or not. Unless they accepted liability for it being returned, until you return it to them, you have not returned the computer. It is not up to the recipient to suggest or demand you insure the computer.
a letter you sent to the judge or included in your response, to the court, to the complaint and summons? Huge difference there.
. In the letter I sent to the judge I did argue Personal Jurisdiction, Undue Hardship and Lack of Claim. Again, the Court never responded to my phone message with the Judge or my letter.
when dealing with courts, there is a proper method for addressing the court. If you failed to file the requests, responses, etc, appropriately, they are ignored. It sounds like that might have been your problem.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.