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          Sell Under Deed of Trust.  Petitioner did not inform the IRS of             
          the default or the scheduling of the foreclosure sale.                      
               On February 18, 2000, the District Director in Seattle,                
          Pace’s superior, denied petitioner’s administrative claim for               
          damages.  Petitioner engaged an attorney, Richard R. Sayers                 
          (Sayers), to file a lawsuit in the United States District Court             
          for the Western District of Virginia, captioned Logical                     
          Marketing, Inc. and Fletcher H. Hyler, III v. United States,                
          Civil Action No. 7:00295, in which petitioner sought damages for            
          IRS collection activities.  Petitioner did not authorize Sayers             
          to represent petitioner before the IRS, and the lawsuit did not             
          seek to enjoin further efforts to collect petitioner’s tax                  
          Collection Activities                                                       
               Petitioner’s collection case was transferred from Virginia             
          to California and assigned to Revenue Officer David Rosado                  
          (Rosado) in Redwood City, California.  Rosado obtained                      
          petitioner’s Portola Valley address from the IRS computer system,           
          which had been updated during the 12th week of the year 2000.  At           
          petitioner’s behest, Rosado spoke to Stone on April 17, 2000, and           
          informed her that he was considering filing a notice of Federal             
          tax lien.  Around this time, Stone received transcripts for the             
          years 1993, 1995, and 1997 for petitioner’s individual accounts.            

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