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DEAR LAW GIRL I DID NOT UNDERSTAND YOUR ANSWER WHAT DOES IT ...

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DEAR LAW GIRL I DID NOT UNDERSTAND YOUR ANSWER WHAT DOES IT MEAN STATUTORY IN THIS PARTICULAR SITUATION AND ARE YOU TELLING ME THAT THERE IS NOTHING I CAN DO TO PROTECT MYSELF IN THIS SITUATION?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  Law Girl replied 8 years ago.

Statutory authority means that the California law requires a losing party to pay the fees and costs of the winning party. If you brought a lawsuit and you lose, you are responsible for these fees and there is nothing you can do to avoid them.

I am sorry.

-KAT