Civil litigation is a legal process in which criminal charges and penalties are not at issue. When two or more parties become embroiled in such a non-criminal legal dispute, the case is presented at a trial where plaintiffs seek compensation or other damages from defendants.
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If your small claims procedure case cannot be resolved it may be referred for a hearing in the District Court.
An introduction to the issues and procedures involved in a civil case?
An outline of the concepts of negligence and compensation in civil cases is presented.
When do you require legal representation and who represents you in court?
Explains what fees and costs means in a civil case.
This document describes how claims are settled in civil cases.
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