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Should i take big o tires to a small claims court for $4000(limit)just to get something out of this or go to superior court?

A:  I would talk to a lawyer. You need to demand that they fix your car not total it out....

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Summons to appear small claims court in different state

A:  I'd be filing a response advising that the court lacks jurisdiction over me because I do not live there. "I am going to take care of this ...." Your wife needs to take care of it, technically speaking. "How can I get this moved to a court in my state?" That shouldn't be your wife's goal. She should simply argue for its dismissal. :) "Is it ok to call them to get the court date/location changed? ( that what the court told me to do." The court clerk you spoke with is not an attorney, I'd bet. You're free to call whomever you like but, again, changing dates-locations...

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How long do I have to take someone to small claims court in CA?

A:  Well, the sooner the better, for many reasons. But, presuming this was a contract to pay you the $1125, then you have two years from the date of the breach, if the contract was oral. If the contract was written, you have 4 years from the date of the breach. So, if your contract was for landlord to pay you on June 1, 2008, and this was stipulated in writing, and he never paid, you have at the absloute maximum until May 31, 2012 to file your lawsuit. But it is a far better idea to file as soon as possible, because over time evidence gets lost, memories fade, and it becomes much more difficult to prove your case. http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/sma…...

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Went to small claims court and won. It''s only $200 but what should be my next step in collecting? I live in NY?

A:  The cost of the court and the cost of collecting get added to the judgment anyway... find out where the friend banks or works and have the sheriff garnish the wages or take the money from his bank account....

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Would this be enough information for proof in small claim or would i need more?

A:  You don't "need" to have a something in writing that says she'll pay you. The fact that you paid for it is enough for the judge to find that your sister agreed to repay you. But, the problem is that your sister's going to say that it was a "gift." If you don't have anything other than the receipt, the case becomes of the he-said-she-said (she-said-she-said?) variety and it reduces the chance you'll win. Do you have any emails where you discussed the issue with your sister? Did someone witness your oral agreement with your sister? Did you discuss the loan with any of your friends or your financial adviser or mom or someone? (small claims

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I have to go to small claims court regarding property damage. What can I do?

A:  Go to your local law library and read up. If you are making a claim for damaged property, you must present evidence showing what was damaged, the condition of the thing before it was damaged, how much it will cost to fix or replace, and also prove who damaged it....

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Can I take DELL to smalls claims court?

A:  Sure you cn take anyone to court. for $300? why bother?...

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small claims court – Dog Breeding!?

A:  nope no contract no proof live and learn sorry It should, you have a witness and you have proof. I would definitely take her to court and let the judge decide. I think you have a case. You might have a case, but I''m pretty sure that if she denies that that IM conversation happened, and claims you made it up, you would be SOL. Ummm....it sounds like she is giving you ''cost of pup''. Right? She gives you ''cost of pup'' or ''pick of the litter''. She''s giving you cost of pup, so it wouldn''t hold up in court. If she sold the other pups for $800 and is only giving you $500, then it could possibly hold up in court. It would be an oral contract. I''d print all conversations you had with this...

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small claims court

A:  Dear Ms. Broughton, Before I respond further to your question, I must make clear that I do not represent you, and cannot give you individual particularized legal advice.  No attorney client relationship is created by this email.  For legal advice, you should hire your own attorney, and follow their advice.  My role with AllExperts is limited to providing general information and suggestions for educational or general knowledge purposes. Before you take any action, consult with your own attorney. Having said the above, I submit the following for discussion with your attorney. Preparing for any court appearance is a serious and important matter.  A litigant should review the facts, law, and procedure to optimize...

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small claims court Question

A:  What I posted earlier is the law in GA. If you are in another state, I don"t know the law of that state, since I only practice in GA. Maybe there is some provision in your state law that I am not aware of. You might try calling a local attorney for a phone consultation. Sorry I can"t help more....