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www.flcourts.org/resources-and-services/family-courts/family-law-self-help-information/small-claims.stml

A small claims case is a legal action filed in county court to settle minor legal disputes among parties where the dollar amount involved is $5,000 or less, excluding costs, interest, and attorneys' fees. Forms that have been approved for statewide use are located within the Florida Small Claims Rules. The clerk of court may ...

www.flclerks.com/?HDI_Small_Claim_Case

File a Small Claims Case. You, the plaintiff, must file a “Statement of Claim” form, available at your Clerk's office. This must be fully completed and signed to receive a pre-trial conference date. If your claim is based upon written documentation, attach a copy of the contract to the Statement of Claim form. You may file by mail ...

www.floridabar.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/small-claims.pdf

The Florida Bar. RULE 7.010. TITLE AND SCOPE. (a) Title. These rules shall be cited as Florida Small Claims Rules and may be abbreviated “Fla. Sm. Cl. R.” These rules shall be construed to implement the simple, speedy, and inexpensive trial of actions at law in county courts. (b) Scope. These rules are applicable to all ...

www.lawyers.com/legal-info/research/florida/florida-small-claims.html

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 security deposit, or an auto repair shop to give you a refund for shoddy work. Also , unlike many states, Florida allows you to file an eviction case in small claims court.

www2.duvalclerk.com/departments/small-claims

First, let's define exactly what a Small Claims case is: It's a legal action filed in county court to settle minor legal disputes among parties. The amount of money involved must be $5,000 or less, ... Please note that certified mail can be served only within the state of Florida. For Duval County addresses only, the Jacksonville ...

www.miami-dadeclerk.com/property_small_claims.asp

Filing a Claim. A claim up to $5,000 not including costs, interest and attorneys fees can be filed with the Miami-Dade County Clerk's Office as a Small Claims Action according to Rule 7.010 of the Florida Rules of Court and Chapter 34 of the Florida Statutes. Serving the Defendant. Once you decide to file, you (or your  ...

law.freeadvice.com/small_claims/small_claims/florida-small-claims-court.htm

If you're thinking of filing a lawsuit concerning a sum of less than $5000 in Florida , you should file your claim in Florida small claims court. Small claims are handled in the Florida county courts in a much less formal proceeding than traditional litigation. The small claims system is handled “pro se,” meaning that the plaintiff ...

www.myorangeclerk.com/Divisions/Civil/Small-Claims

Pro se filers, also known as self-represented litigants, can register through the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal to file documents electronically. Small Claims. A small claims case is filed in County Civil Court to settle legal disputes where the dollar amount involved is $5,000 or less, excluding costs, interest and attorneys' fees.

www.leeclerk.org/index.asp?SEC=1BA72C4F-2312-4E80-A031-F7EC9F93DBF6&DE=C3A56293-B3FA-4970-8049-7AEA49806F83&Type=B_BASIC

Certified mail can only be used within the State of Florida. The fee for service by certified mail is $7.00 per defendant. Checks should be made payable to the Lee County Clerk of the Courts. It is required that you supply copies of any paperwork or documents that you plan to use to substantiate your claim. Documents - such ...