Suing Someone in Small Claims Court

To sue in Small Claims Court, you file a “notice of claim” in court, and then let the party you’re suing know about it. Learn the steps in the process.

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small claims court, suing someone, notice of claim, serve, claimant, defendant, consent order, payment order, time limit, reply, settlement conference, counterclaim, default order, Dial-A-Law