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Hello everyone.

If I know the name of my trust, and all relevant information pertinent to it,
what is the use of getting a certified copy of the PSA?

You know, those with the blue ribbon and stuff?

If it is important, what are the steps to request one to the S.E.C.?

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William A. Roper, Jr.
You would need to get a certified copy from the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

But WHY would you want to do this??  Are you TRYING to LOSE your case?
Putting the PSA into evidence is almost surely the most certain way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory!
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This was just recently discussed in this thread.

I you are considering doing ANYTHING with a PSA in regards to a foreclosure case you really should take the time to read this thread.
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OOppss, you are rite       thank you for your important opinion
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