All county court money claims of less than £100,000.00 must be commence in the county court, via either, the county court Money Claims Centre or Money Claims OnLine (MCOL).
Personal injury claims of less than £50,000.00 must be commenced in the county court.
All different kinds of disputes can make up a county court claim, but the most common types of county court claims are listed below:
- Money claims of up to £100,000.00;
- Housing claims, including possession of residential and commercial properties and other landlord and tenant matters, such as eviction;
- Bankruptcy and insolvency matters;
- Personal injury claims;
- Adverse possession claims, or claims against trespassers;
- Claims involving a breach of contract;
- Negligence claims, where a person has suffered a loss as a result of the actions of someone else;
- Probate claims and other claims in relation to wills and trusts;
- Consumer disputes;
- Small claims (claims of less than £10,000.00).
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