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CASE NUMBER 2005-11307
On 6/01/03 I sold a vehicle to the defendant for a value of $500. We entered a written contract in which he paid half of the value of the vehicle ($250) and promised to pay within a week the balance due ($250). The vehicle was handed in "As Is” on that date with the condition that the defendant will surrender the plates to the DMV no later that one week. The defendant failed to pay the amount due on the agreed time and failed to return the plates as well, which resulted in $473 in fines that I have to cover.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11306
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11301
The names have been changed to protect the innocent. “Jane”, a working single parent who has emigrated from India has been attending her local community college in pursuit of an Associates Degree to then be applied towards enrolling in the college’s nursing program. The college charges $130.00 per credit of which she is required to complete the core curriculum of 24 credits. Included in this core curriculum are the typical Math, English and Science courses in addition to required Physical Education courses. In order to fulfill her physical education requirements she decided to attend the Saturday Introduction to Golf course which is 3 credits costing $390.00. This course is a 10 week course, starting at 8:00AM and ending at 12:00PM, it is given by a reputable retired golf pro, Jack Dime. Upon attending Jane’s first class, Jane was subject to verbal abuse by the instructor and is seeking a refund for the course due to the derogatory and insulting behavior of Mr. Dime.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11300
I sustained a back injury while I was working as an English teacher. I was in the classroom and went to hang up my coat on the coat rack. I reached up to put away the coat and when I turned around to walk to my desk I fell back into a chair. I felt extreme pain in my lower back. I could not stand up without the help of my students.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11299
I sustained a back injury while I was working as an English teacher. I was in the classroom and went to hang up my coat on the coat rack. I reached up to put away the coat and when I turned around to walk to my desk I fell into a chair. I felt extreme pain in my lower back. I could not get up without the help of my students.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11298
I am a defendant in a breach of the contract.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11297
Anjali Smith, an American citizen fell in love with Jason Thompson in Venezuela in January of 2002. They had a long distance relationship for one year before they decided to get married.After marriage, Anjali sponsered Jason to come to America. The process took 2 years and cost $US8,000.00 in legal fees of which Anjali paid. Within 3 months upon arrival into the US, Jason received his greencard and all necessary documents to allow him continued residency in the United States. Two weeks after Jason received his greencard, he filed for divorce. He claimed that he was no longer in love with Anjali and that he had suspicions of her having an affair. Anjali suspects that Jason used her to come to the US and so is refusing to give him a divorce until he pays her the $8000 she paid for him to get his greencard.
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CASE NUMBER 2005-11296
Anjali Smith, an American citizen fell in love with Jason Thompson in Venezuela in January of 2002. They had a long distance relationship for one year before they decided to get married.After marriage, Anjali sponsered Jason to come to America. The process took 2 years and cost $US8,000.00 in legal fees of which Anjali paid. Within 3 months upon arrival into the US, Jason received his greencard and all necessary documents to allow him continued residency in the United States. Two weeks after Jason received his greencard, he filed for divorce. He claimed that he was no longer in love with Anjali and that he had suspicions of her having an affair. Anjali suspects that Jason used her to come to the US and so is refusing to give him a divorce until he pays her the $8000 she paid for him to get his greencard.
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