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Thank you Lucy.I am still processing everything. I am aware of the filing excess "ticket."I am looking at things under the angle of the appeal.Assuming there is no hearing because I appeal before...1) If I win, the amended final judgment will be vacated, correct ?2) So that will put the final judgment back in operation, unless I also argue against it and the magistrates would vacate it too ?
Sorry, I was not clear enough, my question was about the appeal.I am assuming that nothing good for me will come out of this, so when I file a notice to appeal the amended final judgment before the hearing of the deemed motion, and if I win the appeal, it will reinstate the final judgment ?
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