Looking to resolve a legal dispute but don’t know where to start?
When you’re in a dispute with a neighbour, it often feels like a deeply personal issue. After all, the problem is right outside your front door and short of moving home it can seem difficult to resolve or diffuse the situation.
Your consumer rights protect you when you’ve bought faulty goods, items that weren’t as advertised, or received otherwise poor service. If you’re involved in a consumer dispute, you could be entitled to a refund or replacement.
A financial dispute arises when you believe a person or a business owes you money. To settle money matters like these, you need to make a claim – you’ve probably heard the term ‘small claims court’ or ‘making a court claim’ in relation to money disputes. There’s actually no such thing as a small claims court; it’s just the term for processing a very simple claim in court.