What is the monetary limit of a small claims court in california?

Answer The small claims court gives individuals and businesses a quick and inexpensive way to settle disputes. In general, the limit for each claim in California is $5,000, but this amount varies dependin... Read More »

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What is the limit on small claims court in AZ?

The monetary limit for civil disputes in small claims court in Arizona is $2,500. Procedures are informal, allowing for individuals to appear without the help of an attorney. Either a judge or hear... Read More »

What is the maximum limit for small claims court?

Depending on which state you live in, the maximum amount of your case will vary. Tennessee allows for the highest amount, $25,000, followed by Georgia and Delaware at $15,000. Kentucky allows the l... Read More »

Who pays court costs in small claims court?

When a small claim is initiated, the fees are normally paid for by the plaintiff (the person making the claim). If the plaintiff wins the case the cost is recoverable; if he loses, then he will los... Read More »

What is the limit on small claims in California?

California's jurisdictional dollar limits for individuals is $7,500. You can only file two claims a year requesting more than $2,500. Corporations, businesses, and government agencies can only sue ... Read More »