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You would need to have an expert in the industry testify to those facts, on your behalf. You should also get a signed declaration to the facts you want to prove by several experts so that the there will be more evidentiary support in your favor. Make sure they are all much more credible than the other party's experts, and you will be in good shape.
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with the understanding it is friday, i would ask how can i provide that credibility with an expert that simply signs something. or writes an estimate. in other words, how can i contrast an estimate that is different, with no painting, rusting, or priming, required, as well as a version of their inclusive estimate that is still less. it shouldnt require an expert, when im confident their hiding a friend estimate anyway, after trying to use blatant threatening actions before. cant i simply agree to have them try to vacuum seal it, and if it does ruin everything, i then pay for it.
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ok, i accept. how can i do what u said, using expert-only written testimony, am i reasonably able to get more time by subpoen'ing more evidencve, and can i do this simply with estimates? should i mention the 3rd party i am still attempting to implede out of state
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