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For an “order” coming from A addressed to B then… B can request A to pay B. Following this train of thought in B’s private court, with B’s correspondances, notices and eventual claims being acceptance from the magistrate as suffisant to give B the right to request payment… how does B verbalizes the word “order” in court to the magistrate? Is it “request to get an order” from A?

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