Small Claims Court Guide for Florida: Win Your Case and Collect Your Money!
Small Claims Court was created to allow people pursue their cases without an attorney. But, without guidance, you can risk not presenting your case to the best advantage. With the help of this step-by-step guide, you can enter the courtroom with confidence and argue your case clearly and powerfully. Whether you are suing or defending, this book will take you through the Florida Small Claims Court system, from filing a complaint to collecting your judgment.Includes all sample forms, plus details on:
-- Resolving a dispute without going to court
-- Types of cases handled by the Small Claims Court
-- Steps to take if you are being sued
-- Preparing for trial
-- Appealing a Small Claims Court judgment
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TYPICAL SMALL CLAIMS CASES
1 Consumer complaint form
2 Presuit settlement agreement
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