My case was a wrongful foreclosure and I attended a dispossory hearing with no money due. At first I signed a consent to move in 3 mths with a possible additional 3 mths but I haven't heard from plantiff on the additional mths. I had a counter claim but dropped the issue. Now I am going to file an appeal but this time I want my case heard in the Superior court. So, which court do I need to file my appeal in or for, please? I am getting an attorney after Ifile my appeal. My loan was secularized and fraud is all over my loan. At first I was like the hell with it all, but now I don't want to be defeated. Thanks.
You would need to file a notice of appeal in the magistrate court, but there are strict time limits for filing a notice of appeal. Also, you need to be careful, and I advise consulting with an attorney before you do anything, because depending on what occurred in the magistrate court, you may be barred from being able to appeal, especially as you say you signed a consent, which may or may not have been entered with the court as a consent order.
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