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The Small Claims Court is a branch of the Superior Court of Justice (CJA, s. 22(1)), and its jurisdiction is set out in s. 23 of the CJA. This court is meant to provide a more accessible and less formal way of litigating disputes, where the amount of money claimed or the value of personal property to be recovered does not exceed the amount prescribed by regulation, currently $25,000.00. 

In a case with a defendant's claim, the court can hear a case with a $25,000.00 plaintiff's claim and a $25,000.00 claim, therefore putting $50,000.00 in dispute in the Small Claims Court. The processes involved in the Small Claims Court from the beginning to the end can often be overwhelming and stressful for unrepresented parties and may lead to an unfavorable outcome if all the steps and rules governing the Small Claims Court is not properly followed or deadlines are missed. 

At D.A. Commissioning & Legal Services, you can be confident that your case is in good hands irrespective of whether you are the Plaintiff or the Defendant in the case. Every pleading that is submitted to the court is carefully and competently with prepared in order to ensure a favorable disposition for clients. Clients are provided timely updates on their matter and each step to be taken in the case is thoroughly discussed with clients maximizing settlement conferences and trials experience. 

If you intend to sue or are being sued in the Small Claims Court, contact D.A. Commissioning & Legal Services for a free consultation on your matter.                                                      

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