What is the county court exactly? Well, simply put, and in relation to dealing with building dispute litigation
, the county court handles claims that exceed $100,000. Furthermore, when a judge makes a decision in a magistrate’s court that is to be appealed, the matter usually moves up the court hierarchy, and enters the confines of the County Court.
Once there, your building dispute outcome that was handed out by a magistrate judge, can either be agreed with or overturned. This is where things can become particularly stressful, so if heading into a county courtroom sounds worrying, rest assured, Just Law will fight for you, every step of the way.