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First trial, what is going on?

Glue313  📅 19.06.2013 20:59:14
First trial, what is going on?
Hello!

Who knows about court hearings?

I have my first trial in a minor court next week. How does that work?

Briefly for information:

I signed a contract and paid money. After that, from my point of view, the contractual partner broke the contract, so that I got my money back, because I suspected that someone was trying to cheat me, or I did not see it without paying something in return.

As a result, the contract partner has filed a lawsuit before the dunning court and now wants his money.

How does it all work now? Do I have to expect the plaintiff to show up with a lawyer and 100 witnesses? Or does the whole thing degenerate into an endless discussion?

If I lose the negotiation, do I have to pay cash immediately?

How long does such a negotiation take? Is it enough to be there 1 minute in advance or sooner?

Greeting
JuraFR  📅 19.06.2013 21:04:30
Re: First trial, what is going on?
There is no such thing as a "trivial dish". You mean the district court.

Be there 15-30 minutes in advance. If you miss the appointment, you can be subject to a default judgment.

Negotiation takes 10-30 minutes.

The judge will conduct the hearing. However, you should make sure that you present your arguments in an orderly manner and pay careful attention to what the opponent is bringing forward. Because what you do not deny is taken to be true.

btw: How did you even survive the written preliminary procedure?

edit: Please behave in an orderly and civil manner, do not get loud and do not shout in between. Judges don't like that at all.



Edited 1 time. Last on 6/19/13 9:05 p.m.
Glue313  📅 19.06.2013 21:14:28
Re: First trial, what is going on?
From btw: How did you even survive the written preliminary procedure?

I spent a year and a half reporting statements about the court with the plaintiff's lawyer.

And now I didn't feel like it anymore and didn't comment on the last letter.
Law  📅 19.06.2013 21:28:50
Re: First trial, what is going on?
JuraFR wrote:
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> edit: Please behave in an orderly and civil manner,
> Don't get loud and don't interfere. The
> Do not like judges at all.


And dress according to expectations. If you're a student, sporty to elegant. In any case, do not choose a suit that the judge cannot afford, nor do you choose a poorly fitting suit. If you wear a suit, then only if you usually wear a suit, it always makes a strange impression when someone dresses up for a court case at Armani or buys polyester from KIK, where the shoulders hang down to the elbows.
If we are: You can definitely show a little skin with male judges
Re: First trial, what is going on?
What else do we need lawyers for? An actor is enough ... all nonsense.
Glue313  📅 23.06.2013 13:14:34
Re: First trial, what is going on?
Now I need help again.

I would have to attend the consultation hour of my Prof. Is pretty important to me.

But now I would only be able to do this if the negotiation starts on time and lasts a maximum of 20 minutes.

So what do I do now?
Anonymous  📅 23.06.2013 13:23:47
Re: First trial, what is going on?
I would tell the judge that he shouldn't be so petty and reschedule his appointment for an hour.

So really, what does he take out and put the appointment there exactly ...
Glue313  📅 23.06.2013 13:27:39
Re: First trial, what is going on?
Is it so easy to postpone such an appointment?
Anonymous  📅 23.06.2013 13:29:56
Re: First trial, what is going on?
are you 12 or 13 years old?
Re: First trial, what is going on?
ichhabmichschonselbstgegooglet wrote:
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> are you 12 or 13 years old?


13, and has to go to court so young.


Kleber: The date of the court is binding, even if the Pope had an audience with you at exactly that time. You can only invite the professor to the court hearing.
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