What Are Civil Matters?

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Civil matters can generally be described as issues involving private interests (compared to criminal matters that are said to be offences against the government). Civil offences are paid to the victim (criminal offences are paid to the government).
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A civil matter is a case between two or more parties Seeking money damages, injunctions or equitable relief. These matters do not have to be sorted out in court. They may be filed where the disputing action arose are dissolved there.
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