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I like Ira's answer -- I'm gonna consider treating it that way in good faith and hope for the best -- it was MN and the cop that was investigating the case told me about it -- they apparently fund this pool of money from broker penalties and license fees...the state requires you get a judgement from the court system and then, when you can't enforce it because the guy's a deadbeat, you can apply for relief.. -- thx. to all for your inputs.
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