New York Small Claims Courts
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District, City, and Justice Courts in the state of New York have Small Claims Parts that are authorized to hear cases that do not exceed $5,000, or $3,000 in town and village courts. The definition is set forth in UDC Article 18, Sect. 1801
- A Guide to Small Claims Court From the New York State Unified Court System.
- New York Unified State Courts
- How To Sue in Small Claims Court From the City of New York Department of Consumer Affairs.
Last updated on 07/09/07
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