District Court Limit now $350,000

Posted 03 Mar 2017 by GrantShandLawyers
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As of 1 March 2017 the District Courts Act 2016 is in effect so that the District Court can now accept claims up to $350,000 rather than the previous $200,000.  This will enable many earthquake insurance/eqc claims to be filed in the District Court with its cheaper filing fee ($200 vs $1350).  The District Court also operates a quick track for earthquake claims shortening time frames for events.

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