However, we want our users to be aware that sometimes courts enter orders based upon default which typically means that the defendant didn’t show up. Sometimes a defendant won’t show up because they didn’t even get notice of the case proceedings in the first place and other times defendants may not show up because they don’t necessarily have the knowledge and/or the financial resources to fight. Still, in other instances, a defendant may simply appear only to stipulate (settle) the case by agreeing to stipulate to a court order because they are being bullied by the plaintiff and whether what they said was true or not, they just want the matter to go away so they can move on with life and make the plaintiff go away. Again, we make no representations about this particular court order situation. We are simply providing you with additional information so that you may be more informed in general and, coupled with any additional research you feel is necessary, may make your own informed decision regarding the validity of this Report (or anything that may be left of it after redaction). As always, we encourage our readers to do their homework and not just rely on one single source for information. | The Court Order dated May 10, 2019 relating to Andrew Altman and Best Buy Waterproofing, LLC v. Tyler Wagner, from the District Court of Maryland, Case No. JKB-18-3814 that caused the redaction can be seen here: (https://www.scribd.com/document/422408334/Altman-Doc-20-Granted-Order). | If you are interested in how a post on Scamion was involved in this matter, you can review where the Initial Compliant filed on December 11, 2018 as to the attachment to the Complaint which is the Affidavit of Testimony of Andrew Altman, Owner and Operator of Best Buy Waterproofing, LLC, here: (https://www.scribd.com/document/422409299/Altman-Doc-1-Complaint) | As of August 19, 2019, it appears that the underlying case is concluded per the court docket, wherein only twenty documents have been filed, that may be accessed on PACER Online (https://www.pacer.gov/). | Please consider reviewing the entire legal file to gain better understandings of the positions of the parties and how matters are resolved. We may not update this posting further with any new information and you should seek additional and updated information out on your own if you want to learn more and have a more complete picture.