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How long does a small claims court judgment stay on your record in Georgia?

A small claims court judgment stays on your record permanently unless it is satisfied, then it will probably still be there but show satisfied. Most people do not look at a judgment if it is over 7 years old.


Which court was formerly known as the US court of claims?

Court of Federal Claims


Which court was formerly known as the U.S. Court of Claims?

court of federal claims


Which court hears cases that claim damages against the US?

The US Court of Federal Claims. It is located in Wasshington DC.


Which court allows citizens to sue the government for financial compensation?

Court of federal claims A+


What court handles property claims against the US government?

The Court of Federal Claims.


All the following statements about the Court of Federal Claims are true except?

The US Court of Federal Claims is a federal court responsible in hearing monetary claims against the government. When it was founded on 1855, it was named United States Court of Claims.


How does one present voicemails in small claims court?

You record the voicemails onto CD or tape so that they can be played in open court. Then you contact the court to arrange to have the appropriate equipment in court at the time of your trial. Generally, small claims court relaxes evidence rules. However, to be safe, you should check the evidence rules for the jurisdiction in which you are appearing to establish any necessary foundation rules.


When did United States Court of Claims end?

United States Court of Claims ended in 1982.


When was United States Court of Claims created?

United States Court of Claims was created in 1855.


Can you sue in small claims court in another state?

No. The small claims court works locally.


Which court must base on government regulation or a contract with the US?

The United States Court of Federal Claims (U.S. Court of Claims {A+ answer ^_^})