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Revocation of Judicial Decision

A client came to us with a request to present a defense in a small claims case.

Our opinion was that due to the complexity of the case, it was not suitable for small claims court in the first place, but as the Plaintiff decided to go that route, our client needed a good defense.

We managed to win the case, that is, we convinced the judge that the case could not or should not be decided in that court or at least that the case had no merit to continue and so it was decided.

After a long period, the author of the case submitted a request to the court to reactivate the case, about a year after the verdict.

The client contacted us again and we had to provide an explicit response including case law and extensive explanations, because, in our opinion, one should not agree to reopen the case.

The court has evaluated our response to the plaintiff’s request and ruled that the plaintiff has no right to continue with the same matter and/or reopen the same complaint – all without the need for a hearing.

This is a legal achievement that avoided a huge expense for our client.

Revocation of Judicial Decision

Tzvi Szajnbrum, Attorney at Law and Notary

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