U.S. Small Claims Court

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Small Claims Court In Your State
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Small Claims Court Terms
Don't be confused by small claims court jargon. Here are definitions for the most commonly used small claims terms. A-C Affidavit - a written statement of a witness, sworn "under penalty of perjury" to be the truth. Appeal - a rehearing of the parties' claims in the next highest court. Attachment - collecting ... Read more

Demand for Delivery by State
Start a Demand for Delivery in your area by clicking on your state. After you have made your selection, fill out some basic information for your Demand for Delivery. States Beginning with the Letter A through D F through I K through M N through O P through T U through W A through D - Alabama Demand for ... Read more

Small Claims Court Requirements Vary by State
Small claims courts are set up to handle certain types of cases quickly and inexpensively compared with lawsuits filed in other types of courts. If someone claims that you owe money, or if you're suing someone to get money that's owed to you, you may find yourself in small claims court. Small claims ... Read more

Collecting on Small Claims Judgments
Find out how to recover money after receiving a judgment in small claims court. ... Read more

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