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Q: Breach Of Contract ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Breach Of Contract
Category: Business and Money > Finance
Asked by: buckjones49-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 11 Oct 2006 14:15 PDT
Expires: 10 Nov 2006 13:15 PST
Question ID: 772757
There was an agreement between complaint and defendant. The defendant
broken their part of this agreement. I took to small claims court; the
case was dismissed; although I was wrongly eviced. I then filed a
civil lawsuit,under Califormia Civil Proceduce 337. This court paid
absolutely no attention to this CCP 337 code,the reporter's transcript
wasn't true; and this case was dismissed too. What must I do to reopen
this case? Since I am having trouble with injusticeness in this case,
and Pre-Paid Legal Attorneys gave me the run-around; nothing at all
got done;
Will it be bester to go after a jury trial? Cause I was 100% in the
right regarding this case, but still I was suffered and still behind
this issue.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Breach Of Contract
From: daniel2d-ga on 11 Oct 2006 19:55 PDT
Sometimes you just have to be practical and let things go.  This may
be a case of letting go.  You do not say why the cases were dismissed
or if you were represented by an attorney.  If you represented
yourself perhaps you were out gunned by the defendant or his attorneys
OR perhaps both courts ruled correctly based on the information made
available to them.  At some point the time, effort and money expended
in pursuing this may be more than it is worth.
Subject: Re: Breach Of Contract
From: markvmd-ga on 11 Oct 2006 20:24 PDT
To further Daniel2d's comment, if the case was dismissed you usually
cannot continue to prosecute it (there are rare exceptions) unless
dismissed without prejudice. This may be why your second suit was
dismossed, but I'm just guessing.

Put it behind you. Everyone has something they've been screwed over
on; this is your thing.
Subject: Re: Breach Of Contract
From: probonopublico-ga on 11 Oct 2006 21:45 PDT
Going to court is always something of a lottery ...

Where the tickets are extortionately expensive.

Dan and Marcus are absolutely correct.

Accept that what's gone is gone.

Smile & Look to the Future.


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