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[heading]Wisconsin Small Claims Court[/heading]
Court: Small claims cases are heard in the Small Claims Division of the Circuit Court.
Claim Limit: $10,000.00, but there’s no limit on eviction cases.
Answer Period: The defendant may file a written answer any time before the hearing.
Attorney Representation: Wisconsin permits attorneys to represent clients in small claims court.
Eviction Cases: Eviction cases can be filed in small claims court.
Jury Trial: Either party may request a jury trial.
Statutes of Limitations (Wis. Stat. Ann. § 893.01 et seq.):
– Written Contract: 6 years
– Oral Contract: 6 years
– Personal Injury: 3 years
– Real Property: 6 years
– Personal Property: 6 years
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