HOW TO PREPARE LIKE A LAWYER FOR YOUR CASE AT THE SMALL CLAIMS TRIBUNAL

In this article, we discuss how you can file – and win – your case at the Small Claims Tribunal.

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The Small Claims Tribunal (SCT) was set up to facilitate the resolution of claims between consumers and suppliers. As it is meant to be an affordable and expedient way to settle certain without resorting to litigation, lawyers are not allowed, making it crucial that you are familiar with how you sue or defend yourself at the Small Claims Tribunal.

In this article, we discuss how you can file and prepare yourself to win at the Small Claims Tribunal.

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Conclusion

You must show respect in the Small Claims Tribunal.  A little respect goes a long way in the courtroom, particularly when you are representing yourself. Address the judge as “Your Honour.”

Be polite to your opponent, not demeaning or petty. Showing respect for your opponent in the courtroom will help you gain the respect of the judge, which will make your case easier.

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