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If you went to court on this matter already in small claims, it was your duty and burden once the plaintiff presented his case and alleged evidence against you to present your own evidence and witnesses in your defense to the court. It was up to you to question the plaintiff about the allegations they made and present evidence to prove that what the plaintiff said was not true and to question his daughter since she was there for these events and could testify to the truth.
You cannot sue him for perjury or anything for what he said in court right now because you never proved in the court case that what he said was untruthful. You have to appeal the decision within 30 days to the Superior Court and then seek to better present your case in the Superior Court to show that his allegations are false. If you are able to prove that and the court says his allegations are false, then you can file a motion with the court for sanctions for perjury.
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