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Not if it is just that the Judge believed him.
You obviously would if you could prove that he lied but the difficulty is that the Judge believed him so that cannot be proven.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I suppose the judge didn't believe your proof.
It might well not be fair. Life isn't often.
I suppose he was saying it wasn't relevant?
Well, sometimes judges will make incorrect decisions of course.
But this sounds as though your claim was misconceived for some reason. Obviously i won't know what the judge said.
It is probably a bit more complicated than that in this case.
What did the judge say about it?
There must have been a counter claim then?
I suppose they are alleging over charging?
That would suggest costs then.
Unless i know the judge's thought process I can't really assess whether it is right.