Apr 2, 2013 ... Anyone 18 years of age or over can sue in Small Claims Court. If you are
younger than 18, your parent or guardian may sue on your behalf.
Apr 15, 2016 ... Instructions for Filing a Small Claims/Commercial Claims Action (CIV-SC-66) (
only for non-New York City residents suing New York City ...
New York State Department of Labor. Division of Labor Standards. State Office
Campus. Albany, NY 12240. Guidance for Small Claims Court Actions. The Small
The Small Claims Courts in New York operate under uniform laws. However, be
wary that day-to-day rules and procedures (e.g., clerks' office hours and times ...
This article provides information on Small Claims Court in New York. ... You can
sue in Small Claims Court if you are asking for less than $3,000. City Courts ...
Oct 26, 2011 ... contain all available information relating to the Small Claims Court ...
presentation of the Small Claims Court process, visit The New York City.
The New York Small Claims Court is a division of New York's judiciary system
that allows an individual or business to sue another person who also resides in ...
Oct 1, 2009 ... What you need to know about New York's small claims procedure.
New York Small Claims Court, TenantNet(tm) -- the Online Resource for
Residential Tenants Rights.
In New York, the small claims court is a simple, inexpensive and informal court
where an individual can sue for money only, up to $5,000, without a lawyer.