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SMALL CLAIMS

Plaintiff's Claim.......$195.00

Defendant's Claim.......$195.00


In a Small Claims court you can resolve your civil dispute without retaining an attorney. In fact, no attorneys are allowed in the court to represent you or the other side. It is up to you to prove your case and for the other side to make their defense. After that it is up to the judge to make his/her decision on the dispute.
SMALL CLAIMS

Small claims court is a special court where disputes are resolved quickly and inexpensively. The rules are simple and informal. The person who sues is the plaintiff. The person who is sued is the defendant.

In small claims court, you may ask a lawyer for advice before you go to court, but you cannot have a lawyer in court. Your claim cannot be for more than $7,500. If you have a claim for more than this amount, you may sue in the civil division of the trial court or you may sue in the small claims court and give up your right to the amount over $7,5000. You can file as many claims as you want up to $2,500. However, you cannot file more than two claims in small claims court for more than $2,500 each during a calendar year.

A person who sues in small claims court should first make a letter demand, if possible. This means that you have asked the defendant to pay, and the defendant has refused. If your claim is for possession of property, you must ask the defendant to give you the back the property.

You must also appear at the small claims hearing yourself unless you filed the claim for a corporation or other entity that is not a natural person.

If a corporation files a claim, an employee, officer, or director must act on its behalf. If the claim is filed on behalf of an association or other entity that is not a natural person, a regularly employed person of the entity must act on its behalf. A person who appears on behalf of a corporation or other entity must not be employed or associated solely for the purpose of representing the corporation or other entity in the small claims court. You must file a declaration with the court to appear in any of these instances.

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