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CASE NUMBER 1999-10150
Two months ago I decided to sell my car to buy a new one. My friend Carrie told me that she would like to buy it. I bought my new car and asked my friend if she still wanted to purchase my old one. She said she did. We formed a contract in writing saying that Carrie would be able to try out the car for two days and at the end of two days if she did not want the car, she would return it, and if she did, she would keep the car and by the end of the week pay me in the amount of $4500. She returned it three days later (A day late) with the front right corner smashed in, saying she did not want it anymore. I want her to pay $4500 for the car.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10149
The sellers of a house I bought told me about water leaks in the garage before escrow closed, and promised to caulk a seam where we all believed the water was coming from. Two years later, the leaking is worse. I want the defendants to pay the $25,000 cost of fixing the leak.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10145
I had made an agreement to sell a very expensive 1/2 carat diamond ring to my manager at a job. He agreed to pay $300.00 for it, and I agreed to let him make payment every two weeks of $100.00. I gave him a copy of an appraisal and also had him sign an agreement saying that he will pay. But he never did.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10129
I sold a Macintosh Powerbook 180 at an auction site 3 months ago. I shipped it insured to the winning bidder, packed in bubble-wrap and packing peanuts. At the time of shipping, the machine worked perfectly, though it was sold AS-IS. The buyer is now bombarding me with email complaints about the machine, demanding that I refund her money, or she'll savage my feedback rating. Used computer sales are important to my income, and my record is spotless. The machine worked when it left my house, and AS-IS means AS-IS. I didn't sell lifetime tech support. I'll refund her money if I have to, but this is bogus.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10098
My landlord billed me and my roommates for "damages" we didn't cause -- specifically, a broken window and another broken screen. We live in a bad neighborhood; our landlord, however, insists that the damage couldn't have caused by a transient or a drunk -- it must have been us.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10094
I've been riding for several years, but I just bought my first Harley about a year ago. My life changed. About three months ago, I decided to mark the event by getting a tattoo -- a Harley-Davidson logo on my left bicep. I asked around, and found what was supposed to be an experienced, reputable tattoo artist. "Harley logo--no problem", the @#$%^&* said. How anyone can misspell HARLEY-DAVIDSON is beyond me. He offered a refund-- as if that changes anything. This is a permanent typo!!!. I either take a belt sander to my arm, wear long sleeved shirts for the rest of my life, or @#$%^&* pays to have this @#$%^ thing lasered off. NOW!
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10091
For the last year, my boyfriend of three years and I have been having sex using only the Pill for contraception. I want him to pay half of the cost, he refuses. I'm asking the jury to resolve this before it becomes ugly-we agreed to let you decide. I'm suing him for $11.75 per month for as long as we're sexually active.
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CASE NUMBER 1999-10087
I was riding my bike down a well paved country road with a friend, in the direction of traffic. It was daytime, and the weather was clear and dry. As I moved over to pass my friend a pickup truck passed me; as it went by the truck's mirror hit me square in the left shoulder. I crashed to the pavement, breaking my collar bone and my $3,500 titanium bike. The doctor bills are $5,000, and I lost $3,000 in pay, all of which is the driver's responsibility.
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