Sorry but this does not answer the question.
1. The first SC Action, matter was dismissed without prejudice. The SC Action second trial was dismissed with prejudice. Was the judge wrong in not allowing the second trial? When a matter is dismissed without prejudice, can you refile the matter to the same court?
No it would be subject to dismissal if you refile here.Dismissed with prejudice --not sure why judge did this.I am assuming there was a trial here on merits or the other side made a motion here and defects.You can appeal ruling to county court.
2. What rules or laws govern the refile to the same court of the previous matter and judge dismissed the case without prejudice.
(m) “Dismissed with prejudice” means a case has been dismissed and finally decided and
may not be refiled.
3. Can I get the matter remanded back to SC Court? If so, what rules or laws govern this and how do I make this appeal so as to remand the matter back to SC Court?
The county court has right to hear this appeal and to have second hearing here in County Court.
4. If it has to stay in County Court on Appeal, rules of evidence applies and the procedure is formal, correct?
The Tx Rules of Procedure apply it is more formal here you are correct.
Thanks for the follow up.