Small Claims Tribunal Act 1999

August 16, 2022

The Council understands that there are some traders who refuse to provide redress to consumers despite Council’s intervention therefore, the Council assist these consumers by helping them lodge a claim at the Small Claims Tribunal.

The Small Claims Tribunal is governed by the Small Claims Tribunal Act 1991. It has jurisdiction in respect of any civil claim with a monetary ceiling of $5,000.00. The Small Claims Tribunal is headed by a Referee and determination of a particular matter will be made as the Referee thinks fit. Small Claims Tribunal provides less expensive means of resolving claims. No lawyers are allowed to appear or represent a party in Small Claims Tribunal.

SMALL CLAIMS TRIBUNAL ACT 1991 – Laws of Fiji


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