1 more ques. for a a bait and switch. if the court rules against me cause of no damages..but if they think dealer/defendant did illegality, in their decision do they include comments/ words saying issue or guilt but no damages so we can't find for plaintiff.. or do they just say not guilty/against me in their decision
so if there was guilt the judge would say that as a finding of fact. the defendant wasn't innocent but probably guilty... also if 2 defendants stated opposing facts of the day, contradicting 1 from the other,so there would be some guilt, would he say that, they both couldn't be right since they differed. if there was guilt can judge go against the law and decide for me, even if i have no damages. just because they do differ and lie and obviously wrong for a lot of reasons
such as bait and switch for the fraud
i'm reading the defendants arguments against my fraud complaint...... it says transaction at hand, i didn't buy the car, but was denied the rebates at time i was to buy the car. will my side hold up at that. and he speaks of resulting injury, and that i had none, no injury. will fraud charge hold up?
those 2 issues are in catch all provision..do you think they could be overlooked for a fraud verdict.. they are stated as fact as necessary, i personally think it was fraud as you said sometimes damages may not be necessary..no transaction, no damages they'll say
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