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5/22/2010 12:40:30 PM
California Small Claims Court, Amount of Claim

The California Small Claims Court has rules on how many claims and for what amounts one can file. Individuals can file for as much as $7,500.00. However, an individual can only file two cases per year for over $2,500.00 up to $7,500.00. For example, an individual can file one case for $5,000.00 and another for $7,500.00 in a calendar year. After that, this same individual can file as many cases as he/she wants for $2,500.00 or under. We have many clients who will file hundreds of cases per year claiming just under this mark.

Corporations, LLP's, LLC's and Partnerships can claim as much as $5,000.00. They are limited,however, to two cases per calendar year of over $2,500.00 up to $5,000.00. All other cases filed in the same calendar year must be $2,500.00 or under. assists individuals and companies in all aspects of California Small Claims; anywhere from preparing,filing and serving your claim to assisting with post judgment collection.
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