Comment: in order to challenge jurisdiction

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in order to challenge jurisdiction

I think you need to establish who you are. If you are a corporate person then they have jurisdiction. If you are a natural person, then they do not have jurisdiction. This will not prevent them from continuing proceedings against your corporate person. If you do not sign on behalf of the corporate person, and they sign on your behalf, then they have committed fraud, and you could argue that the person who signed is responsible and not you the natural person.

Tom W.