Forms that have been approved for statewide use are located within the Florida
Small Claims Rules. The clerk of court may also be able to provide you with ...
You should review Chapter 34 of the Florida Statutes for a description of which
causes of action are covered under small claims in the county court. Also review
The purpose of small claims court is to hear disputes involving relatively small
amounts of money—for example, if you want to get your landlord to return your ...
located at 22 NW 1st Street, Miami, Florida, ... Note: Claims that exceed $5,000
are not Small Claims. ... Courts as a Small Claims Action according to Rule.
If you are filing in Small Claims, it must be for damages under the amount of ...
fees should be a separate check made payable to the Lee County Clerk of Courts
Because Small Claims court is considered a "people's court," it is not necessary
to have an attorney to file a claim. Forms to file a small claim case are available ...
Small Claims information from the Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County. ...
Due to continued insufficient funding from the Florida Legislature, the Clerk ...
Florida Small Claims Rules permit the Clerk to provide general information and
assistance in preparing a statement of claim. Forms and information are ...
Maximum Amount of Claim Small Claims Court may hear in Florida: $5,000.00 or
less–excluding court costs, interest and/or attorney's fees, if applicable).
A Small Claims case is a legal action filed in County Court to settle a claim or
minor legal dispute in which, the demand for monies or the value of property