What are the grounds for reconsideration?

Grounds of and period for filing motion for reconsideration. Within the period for taking an appeal, the aggrieved party may move for reconsideration upon the grounds that the evidence is insufficient to justify the decision or final order, or that the decision or final order is contrary to law.

How do I deal with debt collectors if I can’t pay?

How to deal with debt collectors

  1. Don’t ignore them. Debt collectors will continue to contact you until a debt is paid.
  2. Find out debt information. Find out who the original creditor was, as well as the original amount.
  3. Get it in writing.
  4. Don’t give personal details over the phone.
  5. Try settling or negotiating.

Can you sue someone for $20?

When somebody sues you for more than $20, the Constitution gives you the right to a trial with a jury. That’s right, a crummy 20 bucks. Back in 1787 when the 7th Amendment was ratified, twenty bucks must have been like $20 trillion in today’s money.

Can you sue a judge for violating your civil rights?

Judges are typically immune from a lawsuit. You cannot sue judges for actions they took in their official capacity. Only in rare circumstances can you sue a judge. In order to find out if your situation qualifies in the United States, you will need to meet with an attorney.

Can I sue for civil rights violations?

Civil rights are rights that citizens have to ensure political and social freedom and equality. An individual citizen can sue a government employee for violating their civil rights under 42 U.S.C. You can sue in federal court or state court depending on the circumstances of your case.

How much money does it cost to sue?

It’s difficult to come up with an average number for how much suing someone costs, but you should expect to pay somewhere around $10,000 for a simple lawsuit. If your lawsuit is complicated and requires a lot of expert witnesses, the cost will be much, much higher.

Can a judge ignore the law?

Remember a judge is always under oath in the courtroom, Citing invalid laws or precedents. This is more unusual because a judge typically can’t ignore a law without explaining why. The judge would have to break two rules in order to accomplish this one.

Can you go to jail for not paying a Judgement?

While you technically can’t be arrested for failing to pay a debt unless it’s a court fee or fine, child support, or tax debt, debt collectors can and will try to have you arrested for contempt of court.

Can I sue without a lawyer?

You can sue without a lawyer, but in most cases, and depending on the type of case, it may be more work than you anticipated. In some states, you cannot hire a lawyer to represent you in small claims court. However, in most other situations, you can and should be represented by a lawyer.

Which department would you approach if your rights are violated?

If your rights have been violated by the police, you should contact the Independent Police Investigative Directorate. IPID will investigate only the matters specified in the IPID Act, for more information please read the complaint procedure.

Can a judge reverse a Judgement?

A judge can set aside a default judgment for the following reasons, among others: Mistake, inadvertence, surprise, or excusable neglect of the party who failed to defend himself in the case. Fraud, misrepresentation, or other misconduct by the party who filed the case.

Is it worth it to sue someone with no money?

Unfortunately, there is no good answer—if someone has little income and few assets, they are effectively “judgment proof” and even if you win against them in court, you effectively lose: you spent the time and money to sue and receive nothing in return. Someone who has no assets now may have assets later.

Can a judge reconsider his decision?

After you file an Appeal, the Judge usually cannot reconsider his or her own decision. If you cannot file an Appeal, you can still ask the Judge to reconsider what he or she decided. Some decisions cannot be appealed at all, but the judge who made the decision can still change his or her mind.