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Difference btwn being sued, a summons & arbitration

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Could someone please explain the difference to me please?

I recieved a summons, then I recieved a 'notice of case selection for arbitration'. It is non binding arbitration. (which if it's non binding why do I still get to pay a fee?)

When I did a search for summons and being sued it came back as a summons is the same as being sued :confused:

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