What are petty cases?

Petty cases are the following:

  1. the cases where the sum of the requested money or the amount of money in dispute does not exceed 300,000 baht or does not exceed the sum as prescribed by the Royal Decree;
  2. the cases for the eviction of any person from a premise or a house or land having a rent, or can be leased at the time of filing the plaint not exceeding 30,000 baht or not exceeding the sum as prescribed by the Royal Decree. A petty case can be a case with computable monetary value claims or a case with non-monetary claims.


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