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File a small claim

Find out about the Small Claims Tribunals and the process to file a small claim.
 

How to file and serve a small claim

Find out how to file a small claim online, including the fees and documents to prepare. You must also serve the claim on the respondent.
 

Covid-19 Advisory: Relief under Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 and Ongoing State Courts Proceedings

Under the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 (“the Act”), a party may serve a Notification for Relief if relief under the Act is sought for a scheduled...
 

Memorandum of Consent – Small claims

File a Memorandum of Consent for claims limit exceeding $20,000 but not exceeding $30,000. (Pursuant to Section 5(4) of the Small Claims Tribunals Act)
Download: DOC, 38 KB
 

Media Release: Court volunteers honoured for outstanding contributions to the Judiciary

Forty-three volunteers of the Supreme Court, State Courts and Family Justice Courts were honoured for their staunch commitment to pro bono work amid...
 

COVID-19 Advisory: Gradual Resumption of Court Operations from 2 June 2020

When the Circuit Breaker ends on 1 June 2020, the State Courts will resume operations gradually from 2 June 2020.
 

Media Release: Small Claims Tribunals to Accept Higher Value Claims from 1 November 2019

Click here for the media release.
 

Media Release: State Courts enhance small claims process

Click here for the media release.​
 

COVID-19 Advisory: Adjournment of Non-Essential and Non-Urgent matters from 5 May to 1 June 2020

With the extension of the circuit breaker period to further reduce transmission of COVID-19, the State Courts will continue to hear only essential and urgent...
 

COVID-19 Advisory: Adjournment of Non-Essential and Non-Urgent matters from 7 April to 4 May 2020

With the extension of the circuit breaker period to further reduce transmission of COVID-19, the State Courts will continue to hear only essential and urgent...

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