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Well for any thing really. They only give me 10 days to appeal so I want to make sure I dont get it denied and not have time to correct whatever reason they deny it.
I do have additional evidence to support my values. I was totally floored when I got her judgment for 1350.00 The other thing that pissed me off was that during the trial I had more evidence to present but she kept telling me she didnt need to see it. Then she gave me a pathetic value so it seems to me that she really did need to see it. But I did file the appeal stating that the reason for my appeal was due to the princial being insufficent and I filed the civil Appeal bond in cash. I just want to make sure that they cannot deny my appeal. I am not worried about presenting my case at the next court I just want to make sure I get to the next court.
Which jurisdiction are you in? I would like to check online to make sure that the court does not have a set of local rules that may come into play. Was the court in Tarrant County?
JP Court Precint 4, Tarrant County Texas. Small Claims
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