Madden Realty LLC v. Boisse, 093016 MESUP, AP-16-0023

Docket Nº:Civil Action AP-16-0023
Opinion Judge:Wayne R. Douglas, Justice
Party Name:MADDEN REALTY LLC, Plaintiff / Appellee, v. CHRISTOPHER A. BOISSE Defendant / Appellant.
Attorney:APPELLEE IS PRO SE: MADDEN REALTY LLC APPELLANT IS PRO SE: CHRISTOPHER A BOISSE
Case Date:September 30, 2016
Court:Superior Court of Maine
 
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MADDEN REALTY LLC, Plaintiff / Appellee,

v.

CHRISTOPHER A. BOISSE Defendant / Appellant.

Civil Action No. AP-16-0023

Superior Court of Maine, York

September 30, 2016

APPELLEE IS PRO SE: MADDEN REALTY LLC

APPELLANT IS PRO SE: CHRISTOPHER A BOISSE

ORDER

Wayne R. Douglas, Justice

Madden Realty LLC brought a small claims action against Christopher A. Boisse to recover $6, 000 in damages arising out of an alleged breach of an exclusive real estate listing agreement. After final hearing in Biddeford on May 2, 2016, the District Court (Foster, J.) issued a judgment for Plaintiff in the amount of $6, 000 plus $106.38 in costs. Judgment was entered on May 3, 2016.

On June 1, 2016 Mr. Boisse filed an appeal to this court. His notice of appeal indicates: (i) Appellant "does not request a jury trial de novo;" and (ii) "[n]o electronic or other recording of the proceedings being available, a statement in lieu of transcript will be prepared."

The party appealing a small claims judgment to Superior Court is responsible for complying with all rules governing appeals. M.R. Civ. P. 76F(a). Since there was neither a transcript nor electronic recording of the hearing, Appellant is responsible for preparing and filing a statement of the evidence and proceeding, which must be settled...

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