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Where did these receipts come from? Did the person make them up?
If you didn't sign the receipts, then it would likely appear as self-serving for this person to make these claims. Also, if the person had already paid you, then it would have made more sense to sue you to reverse the repossession by producing the receipts instead of paying the money again and then suing. It really makes no sense.
The judge denying your motion to dismiss doesn't mean anything in terms of whether you'll win or lose. It just means that the judge wants to hear testimony from both of you to see what is going on before he/she rules.
You could offer to produce your bank records to prove that you didn't receive these payments UNLESS the guy claims he paid cash for each payment.
In any event, if you didn't sign the receipt, the judge is likely to be suspicious of this person's honesty.
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