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I am a plaintiff that lost a case i filed in small claims

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I am a plaintiff that lost a case i filed in small claims court. I hired an independent contractor for my office accreditation and paid $5500. She never completed her contractual obligations. She stated because our construction took too long then she had the right to quit. Construction took 3 months and the contract has no deadline. She pretty much got $5500 for doing nothing. Small claims law says i can request a motion to vacate if there is mistake in the law. How can i write an appeal showing the judge's action was illegal?
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Consumer Protection Law
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
I need to make an appeal as a plaintiff that lost the case saying the Defendant did not comply with the contractual obligations and the judges decision is illegal since it violated the contract law? The contract had no time line and no expiration. She just decided not to come back because construction took 3 months.
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Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 5 months ago.

Thank you for your question.

Please explain what you mean by your "office accreditation". What was the contractor supposed to do? Was there a written contract?

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