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I ran across the link below. It's an unauthorized practice of law case in Ohio where the activities described in this article were deemed not to be unauthorized practice of law. They were not bothered by future pay, nor were they bothered by the fact that the purchase agreement stipulated that the judgment would be assigned back to the original judgment creditor if the assignee failed to collect the judgment.


Here's an Ohio case where it was not considered Unauthorized Practice of Law


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