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Once you have made the selection of the referee, in order to withdraw your consent you will have to show good cause. Generally, with a pro se litigant who does not know what is going on, mistake over what they thought the referee would decide would be good cause to file a motion to rescind the consent to the referee. The proof of good cause is the only way they will allow you to withdraw your consent.
The referee usually does end up faster and cheaper, just in case you do not realize. Also, using the referee gives you another opportunity to go to court to appeal instead of having to go to the appeals division if you go through a judge and do not like the judge's ruling.
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