- Bad Debt. A type of contract case.
- Breach of Contract.
- Breach of Warranty.
- Failure to Return a Security Deposit.
- Libel or Slander (Defamation).
- Personal Injury.
- Product Liability.
What is the least amount you can sue someone?
As far as the minimum amount you can actually sue someone for, there is no limit. Legally, you can sue someone for any amount in court. The only criteria which has to be met, is that there is a valid cause of action. This refers to issues such as an unpaid debt.
Can someone sue you if there is no contract?
If you don’t have a valid contract in the first place, there is no question of suing anyone. You have to show a legally binding agreement existed between you and the other party. So, to protect your interests and rights, you need to record everything systematically. Record any emails and letters.
Do you need a lawyer for small claims court?
You do not need a lawyer to represent you at a small claims court. All official languages may be used in a small claims court. Contact the person with whom you have a dispute in person, in writing or telephonically and ask them to settle your claim.