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I am working on a small claims case; I was awarded judgment

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I am working on a small claims case; I was awarded judgment and are now waiting out the demand letter (to be answered June 18th). Meanwhile another party is taking me to small claims to recover the same money...has rec'd a judgement against me.
The case is a car I sold in 8-2015 which she had towed & left in storage until Jan 2016. (4 months) The tow co. thinks it is my car (I have proved title and reg. was taken care of) and are trying to get the fees out of me. $3800.00
What do I do? It was suggested I file a limited judgement or a motion to set aside. Need forms if so and advise.
Thank you,
Peggy Staton (###) ###-####or email***@******.***
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Ely replied 8 months ago.

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I am sorry to hear about this situation. I am not sure what you are asking about specifically. For example, are you asking on how to deal with the suit against you, or what exactly? And what are they suing you for (i.e. what do you mean "same money")?

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