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Does the arbitration clause compel both sides to seek arbitration rather than filing a lawsuit?
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Disregard the ARB, sorry. This contract was written before we switched over. The rest of the statement should be accurate.
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I have never sued for specific action, on for repayment of money. What do we sue for? Is there a name? Or do we sue for cash then accept the car as some sort of settlement?
Yes, you would typically sue for damages, seeking a monetary award and accept the vehicle in lieu of payment. A small claims court does not typically have the authority to grant anything but an award for damages. They cannot grant equitable relief such as an injunction or return possession of personal property normally.You are very welcome!
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