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Building dynamic linq query

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I am looking to use linq on a forms project I am building for a search page I need. My project is organized into 1 object containing a collection of licenses and a collection of inspections. The license and inspections have a relationship of 1 to many. There is only 1 license per inspection but a license can belong to many inspections. I am building a search page that has many many different items that can be used to search. It can use either all of them or any 1 or combination of the search items to search. The tricky part is the search has to return a collection of inspections although half of the search items are properties in the license object and not the inspection object. Now since it would be totally crazy to build a massive switch statement to do all of this I need a starting point. How do I create a dynamic linq query?  I have not used linq yet but I have read up on using it with objects and I think I get a basic understanding of it.  If anyone could offer me some help I would be grateful.

Thank you in advance,

Scott
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