Question by  dbrite (1)

Do you have to state all issues when filing original small claims paperwork?

I want to know if you can make a general statement about the matter, or if you need to go into detail in the filing.


Answer by  patti (29325)

You must state the matters (in general) about which you are filing. The judge will only hear the details about what you list for the action.


Answer by  John (9008)

The rules for this vary by the court and by the state. In general, however, it is unwise to leave anything out.

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