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    Apostrophe or No Apostrophe?

    Neither Sears or Defendant were listed as a creditor of Plaintiffs in the new case.

    Is it Plaintiffs' or Plaintiffs ?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Apostrophe or No Apostrophe?

    It is plaintiffs. (no apostrophe)

    The sentence should be, 'Neither Sears nor the defendant was listed as a creditor of the plaintiffs in the new case.'

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