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Ontario Small Claims Court – Small Claims Court Forms

Here is an brief overview of the Small Claims Court process:

  • One party sues another by filing and serving a Plaintiffs Claim.
  • The other party who is sued (the Defendant) can then file a Defence (and Defendants Claim, if the Defendant believes that in-fact that the Plaintiff owes them money).
  • If a Defence is filed the Ontario Small Claims Court will send both parties a date to attend a “pre-trial settlement” conference.
  • If no settlement is reached at the “pre-trial settlement” conference the matter will proceed to trial.
  • If a judgment is awarded at trial, the successful party can then proceed to collect their money through court-administered enforcement remedies.

At any point during the process the parties can settle their matter and statistics have shown that most cases settle before making it to trial.

Easy Court offers a tool that helps you create your own Small Claims Court forms quickly and efficiently. Currently you can use EasyCourt to create the following Small Claims Court forms online:

Ontario Small Claims Court Plaintiffs Claim
Ontario Small Claims Court Defence
Ontario Small Claims Court Defendants Claim
Ontario Small Claims Court Motion
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