i have a judgment through my corporation, i am the sole owner and 100% share owner of the corporation that is inactive from 2008, the corporation is active in the state and the fees are paid for the reason of the pending lawsuit for legal malpractice when the attorney allegedly failed to joined the fraudulent transferrer to the proceedings on collection on the judgment through supplementary proceedings and failed to amend the complaint as ordered. the supplementary proceedings was illegally dismissed by the court, the legal malpractice is on the way for dismissal. the two crooks who stall my money were sent home with the stalled money in their pockets and i am being abused by the court system, my money is being stolen by the attorney and they are working as a team with the judge to throw the case from court
You cannot sue the court system. We hear these complaints a lot when individual represent them selves. If a case is actually improperly dismissed you can appeal. I suggest seeing an attorney
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You can't sue the courts or the judges. You can sue your own attorney, if you had one. If you had no attorney, then I hope it's not too late to get one involved. Good luck.
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No you can not sue the court system. I find it highly unlikely that the parties are colluding against you. You are contending that a sitting judge has conspired to rule against you with the other parties. tough thing to prove.
You can try the Judicial Qualifications Commission. http://www.floridajqc.com/ Most allegations of nonattorneys that their judge is corrupt don't seem to be supported by the facts. If this case is the exception, I hope you are able to get some satisfaction.
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