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How Many Times Can You Contest a Court Case?

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Even if you have started court action, it is not too late to try to reach an agreement with the defendant through some form of alternative dispute resolution. If a defence is entered, the case may progress to a hearing or trial at the defendant's local court. Unless an agreement is reached first a judge will decide the case.
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