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    jkbertram is offline Junior Member
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    Question what is a proposed order???

    I filed a case in small claims court against a manufactured home builder. I sued for the maximum allowed in my state (Indiana) which is $6,000.00. Councel for the defense filed to move the case to the plenary docket and it was so ordered. Upon the case being transferred to the plenary docket, according to Indiana law, the case is no longer considered a small claims case. I filed a motion to allow me to increase the amount of damages because of this. I filed a motion to this effect along with a certificate of service. I recieved a chronology of the case stating the motion was filed, however, I was told that a proposed order needs to be filed. What does this mean, what are they looking for, and how do I word the order...or is there a form that accomplishes this task?
    need help,
    Jim

    p.s. I am doing this pro se in case you couldn't tell.
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    Hopkins306 is offline Member
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    http://www.uslegalforms.com/products.php/US-0142LTR.htm|lectlaw

    at the link above is the place where you can download the form but it costs $5.00 you might be able to get one at the local courthouse but i think it costs the same.

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