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Conciliation court allows you to bring your legal disputes to a court without the hassles of confusing legal procedures and high costs. Court rules are generally simple and informal, and the cost of filing in conciliation court is low.
If youve won your case, but the person refuses to pay, one option is to have part of their salary seized to get your money. The funds seized will then be paid into to the court office, which will send you cheques until the debt is paid in full. You can hire a bailiff to take the necessary steps for this.
The fee for filing in small claims court depends on the amount of the claim: $30 if the claim is for $1,500 or less, $50 if the claim is for more than $1,500 but less than or equal to $5,000, or $75 if the claim is for more than $5,000.
You can sue for up to $10,000, if you are an individual or a sole proprietor. Corporations and other entities are limited to $5,000. In addition, a party (individuals or corporations) can file no more than two claims exceeding $2,500 in any court throughout the State of California during a calendar year.
Youll have to pay a fee of 255 unless you can get help with court fees.
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You can sue for up to $10,000, if you are an individual or a sole proprietor. Corporations and other entities are limited to $5,000. In addition, a party (individuals or corporations) can file no more than two claims exceeding $2,500 in any court throughout the State of California during a calendar year.
If youve won your case, but the person refuses to pay, one option is to have part of their salary seized to get your money. The funds seized will then be paid into to the court office, which will send you cheques until the debt is paid in full. You can hire a bailiff to take the necessary steps for this.
Considerations Before Filing For claims between $0 - $15,000 the fee is $75. Also, consider if the person the claim is against (the Defendant) has the ability to pay you should you win in conciliation court.
Small claims court, or conciliation court, allows people to represent themselves under less formal rules of evidence and procedure. The court settles disputes up to $15,000, but there are a few exceptions (for the exceptions, see Minnesota Statutes section 491A. 01, subdiv. 3a and 4).
Civil actions (except family cases) need to be filed with the court within one year after service of the summons and complaint on the defendant. See Rule 5.04 of the MN Rules of Civil Procedure.

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