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    Bill of Particulars

    What is the name of your state? Delaware

    We have filed a lawsuit against a contractor based in Delaware for work completed in Pennsylvania. In a nutshell, he was overbudget and 4 months behind schedule. The court is now asking us to provide a bill of particulars. What do we need to give to them, i.e., receipts, cancelled checks, estimates?
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    Quote Originally Posted by problemde
    What is the name of your state? Delaware

    We have filed a lawsuit against a contractor based in Delaware for work completed in Pennsylvania. In a nutshell, he was overbudget and 4 months behind schedule. The court is now asking us to provide a bill of particulars. What do we need to give to them, i.e., receipts, cancelled checks, estimates?
    **A: and what was your attorney's response?
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    "The court is now asking us to provide a bill of particulars."

    How do you know this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeGuru
    **A: and what was your attorney's response?
    We do not have an attorney. We are going through small claims court and are representing ourselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seniorjudge
    "The court is now asking us to provide a bill of particulars."

    How do you know this?
    We received a mailing from the court.
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    A bill of particulars is a nice of way of saying they have no idea what you are talking about.

    Since you are in small claims court and representing yourself, you need to ask the state bar of the state where you have filed your small claims lawsuit if they have a booklet on small claims.

    Follow the rules set out in the book (or, if there is no book, the statutes).
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    Quote Originally Posted by problemde
    We do not have an attorney. We are going through small claims court and are representing ourselves.
    **A: yes, thanks for confirmation of the obvious.

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