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In Washington small claims court, the case must be filed in the county where the defendant resides. It does not matter where the transaction took place. It has to be filed in the county of residency. Once you win your small claims case, that county court will have better jurisdiction towards judgment collection against the defendant.

  • Any individual, business, partnership, or corporation (with a couple of exceptions) may bring a small claims suit for recovery of money only for an amount up to $5,000.
  • The state of Washington may not be sued in Small Claims Court.

    Attorneys and paralegals are excluded from appearing or participating with the plaintiff or defendant in a small claims suit unless the judge grants permission.

  • Every county in Washington has specific branches and districts. A case must be filed in the correct district/branch. Courtlinked.com will handle this process for you!

 

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