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    #1

    Address and ID

    "Address and ID was not on the claim" or "were not on the claim"?.

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    #2

    Re: Address and ID

    I would use "were". I see them as separate items. There are probably some who will say that they are a unit and would use "was".

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    #3

    Re: Address and ID

    I would use articles, at least one.

    The address and [the] ID were not on the claim [form].
    The claimant failed to include his/her address and ID on the claim [form].
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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