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Asked on: 5/22/13, 1:54 pm

As a proper, I sued a large corporation in the state court for fraud and for some other less serious causes of action. After my complaint was demurred, defense council sent me a notice to dismiss the case with prejudice or defense would motion for me to incur the defendant's legal costs, which to date is about $40,000.00. Not heeding to defense council's request, I filed a First Amended Complaint. Defense countered with a motion to deem me a vexatious litigant and a motion that would require me to post a $100,000.oo bond to proceed the case. I threw in the towel by filing a request to dismiss the case with prejudice. The court entered my request. I must have disgruntled the defendant with my complaint pleadings because defense council filed a motion to vacate the dismissal with prejudice to enable a motion for deeming me a vexatious litigant. The court set aside the dismissal and a hearing date to deem me a vexatious litigant has been calendared. I will file an opposition to the vexatious litigant motion. What kind of action must I file to reinstate the causes of action in my amended complaint?

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