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Before a presiding judge, I won the "exception" to a ruling made by the magistrate. The judge called the 3rd of "3 agreed contracts" the controlling agreement , later the magistrate calls this hearsay.
the attoenys mediated, the 2001 Agreement was signed the by the parties it specified it superceded all prior agreements , this agrment was also described in a court order by th e presiding judge in 2001 .
No , i confused you . when I SAID to the magistrate that "THE JUdGE CALLED THe 3RD ORDER THE CONTROlLING ORDeR, the magistrate repied hearsay. I wish to know why the judge names the agreement- & its .order the controlling contract-order, nothing deeper in the question.
I can understand the judge did not put her words in writing , There is no transcript for the exceptions hearing, thus hearsay i get, but how I can get the magistrate to think like the judge is my mission thus asking herewith ok?
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