Is the failure to provide a current address means for a mistrial? Posted on July 28, 2011

We are being taken to small claims court over a land contract dispute. We walked away from the property after the seller failed to record the contract or provide us with any proof of sale so that we could record the deed. Now they are claiming damages to the chattel property, which we are countering, but they failed to provide the court with a current address. Is there any technicality that the failure to provide current residency is means for a mistrial?

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