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Small claims court

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Definition:

A court (usually provincial or territorial) in which claims under $25,000 to $50,000 (depends on the province) can be made. The procedures are simplified and designed so that claimants can conduct their cases themselves, without the assistance of lawyers.


Alberta Resources

This website offers information to consider before you sue, if you are being sued, and the process that is involved. Information that is available on this website includes: The Basics; Civil Claim Flowchart; Before You Sue; Is it Worth Suing?; If You Have to Sue Someone; Forms Needed for a Civil Claim; Service of Documents; If You are Being Sued; Mediation and Pre-Trial Conferences; Adjournments; Default Judgment; Preparation for the Hearing; Witnesses; Courtroom Etiquette; After the Appearance; and Appeals.

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