Wisconsin Small Claims Courts
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In Wisconsin, the District Courts handle small claims of $5,000 or less, per Wisconsin Statutes Ch. 799. For landlords seeking eviction, the $5,000 limit does not apply.
- Wisconsin Guide to Small Claims Court From the Wisconsin Court System.
- Wisconsin Court Directories From the Wisconsin Judiciary.
- Dane County Guide to Small Claims Court Abbreviated online version of a longer guide prepared by the Dane County Circuit Court.
- Ozaukee County Small Claims Guide From the Ozaukee County Clerk of Circuit Courts. Provides an explanation of small claims procedures.
- Answering Your Questions about Small Claims Court From the State Bar of Wisconsin. Covers the purpose of small claims court, how to sue in small claims court, and more.
Last updated on 07/09/07
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