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10 Questions - Developed by: Elena Shcherbakova - Developed on: - 6.114 taken

  • 1
    Starting a claim means the same as starting proceedings.
  • 2
    You can ‘prosecute’ someone in the civil court.
  • 3
    There are more than 200 County Courts in England and Wales.
  • 4
    The word ‘plaintiff’ is not used in England any more but it is used in the USA.
  • 5
    It is free to start a claim in the County Court.
  • 6
    There is a special court in a separate building for making small claims.
  • 7
    A claim form is the document that a claimant uses to start legal action.
  • 8
    In England most civil claims are filed in the Supreme Court.
  • 9
    Another word for plaintiff is defendant.
  • 10
    In the claim form, the claimant must state the amount of his or her claim.

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