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Types of Civil Cases

Class Action Cases
Class Action Cases

For the case to proceed as a class action and bind absent class members, the court must certify the class under Rule 23 on a motion from the party wishing to proceed on a class basis. For a class to be certified, the moving party must meet all of the criteria listed under Rule 23(a), and at least one of the criteria listed under Rule 23(b).

Complaints Against the City
Complaints Against the City

If the city denies your claim, check your state law and City Code to determine whether you must appeal to the city level before filing a lawsuit in court. Some states require one more appeal at the city level, but most states allow you to file a lawsuit immediately after your claim is denied.

Property Disputes
Property Disputes

Stages Of A Civil Case. Most civil lawsuits can be divided into the stages listed below: Pre-filing. During the pre-filing stage, the dispute arises and the parties make demands, try to negotiate a resolution, and prepare for the possibility of a court action. Initial pleading.

Torts
Torts

Tort law refers to the set of laws that provides remedies to individuals who have suffered harm by the unreasonable acts of another. Tort law is based on the idea that people are liable for the consequences of their actions, whether intentional or accidental, if they cause harm to another person or entity.