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I want to sue someone through the attorney generals office for

Hire a civil rights lawyer who can help you handle your case.

Should I pay repair charges to the apartment?

I wanted to know whether the rental office can take me to court if I do not pay repair charges? Also is there anything like residential history? Does it have an affect on my renting of future apts?

What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Judgement is recorded with the county. If the person went to sell any real estate, they would have to clear the judgement at that time. In some states you could go back to the judge and force a garnishment on the person's wages.