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So I had my day in court today

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They can file an appeal, but the one man creditor now has a judgement against his firm. If he did file an appeal to the appeals court he would be risking thousands of dollars more than he is already looking at.

 

:P:good: :good: :unsure::D :D

 

That's how it's done!

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They can file an appeal, but the one man creditor now has a judgement against his firm. If he did file an appeal to the appeals court he would be risking thousands of dollars more than he is already looking at.

 

:P:good: :good: :unsure::D :D

 

That's how it's done!

 

 

No lie, that's just slick!

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This is great!

 

So, if you ever get sued by a CA or JDB (or even an OC under California law), the plaintiff can win a judgment, but if the plaintiff wins at least $.01 less than originally claimed, you have a good case for misrepresentation of the nature and amount of the debt? Really? Is that how that works?

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I just saw this thread for the first time and reading the whole thing had me riveted. All I gotta say is "congrats" to the OP. :good:

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