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Court Forms Category List > Conciliation / Small Claims Court

Forms Packet: Filing a Conciliation Court Claim

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*New!* Use Minnesota Guide & File to create the forms you need to start a Conciliation Court case. You may be able to file the forms electronically (eFile) through Guide & File, depending on your case. For more information, visit our Guide & File Help Topic.
If a specific district form is listed, then that form should be used when filing in that judicial district. If no district is listed, it is a statewide form and can be used in any county in Minnesota. Look up Districts and Counties.
Form Number
Form Name
District
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CCT100
Instructions - Conciliation Court Statement of Claim and Summons
Statewide
 PDF
 
CCT102
Statement of Claim and Summons
Statewide
 
CCT102
Statement of Claim and Summons
 PDF
 
CCT103
Conciliation Court Affidavit of Service
Statewide
 
CCT701
Power of Attorney for Conciliation Court Case
Statewide
 
CCT702
Conciliation Court Additional Litigants Form
Statewide