Once you have a decision in a small claims court, it is binding on all parties. There is no right to appeal that decision, unfortunately.
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Thank you Sam
You're welcome. Wish it was better news for you.
I got that info of the paper work at the court house, is there any other way
Any other way to what?
Have a lawsuit?
To get this in front of a jury
Are you the Plaintiff or Defendant?
It is up to the Plaintiff to decide where to file. So if they file in Small Claims, then you have no choices. There are no juries in small claims. The only way you could get a jury is if it was in a higher court and you requested the jury trial.
I wish it was better news for you
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