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My former landlord recently appealed successfully against a judgement by default I had obtained against him. In his written defence, he claims that the bed I damaged cost him 75 pounds. He now claims, in his defence against my original claim, that it cost 70 pounds!

 

Is this kind of contradictory testimony usually grounds for having a case thrown out?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Jeff

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Not necessarily. Could be a legitimate error, could be a typing error, could be a mistake. The judge will ask to see the receipt.

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