Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record I have a Judgement on my…

Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record
I have a Judgement on my record which shouldn’t be there.
It happened last year when I was given an eviction notice and went to court. I agreed to give up my mobile home, valued at about $5,000 in exchange for about $200 in delinquent land rental and utilities costs, which the judge agreed to.

Is there some type of legal form which I can simply file with the court to dispute this? Or would it have to be another court case?

Purchase Agreement of a Mobile home.

Purchase Agreement of a Mobile home.
son in-law purchased a mobile home through a private seller on 06/08/07. first initial payment was due in July. there is a contract between seller and buyer on terms. during July the seller and office manger of the park had been sending people to look at their home saying it was for sale which it was not, got advise from a attny. stating to put a sign in the window saying not for sale. then in Aug 07. we were in our park office and noticed a posting for selling the home. we got a copy of it. they home was to be paid off in 24 months, although i was paid in full in Aug 07. now the seller is taking them to court stating he is the landlord and wants to evicted them. and he never recieved any payments payment. we have a copy of the pay off. anyway can the seller be classifed as a landlord ? son in-law rents from the park not the seller since it was a private purchase. he has been harassed from day one thye have made false reports in order to get the park to vict them saying they were fighting pit bulls in their home, which was investigated and found to be false. should we ask the courts to remove the case since the seller in not the landlord? seller is petitioning residents to try to have them evicted . since july.

My 88 year old mother inlaw put a $1,000 deposit on a mobile home which was…

My 88 year old mother inlaw put a $1,000 deposit on a mobile home which was supposed to be ready to move into on Sept. 5th, however when she had her stuff moved to the location (she had to be out of her house on that date) the place was not ready and not fit to move into. The owner did not keep his promise to fix things up to her approval, also there was no electric service and other things wrong as well, which would put her in danger. The owner will not give her the deposit back. What can be done to retrive her $1,000. She was given a paper stating that deposits are non refundable, however she did not sign it.