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SB gets own court in Maine

Date: 08/11/2006 | Category: Business | Author: Diana Heeb Bivona

Amid growing complaints by small business owners about the lengthy delays (sometimes more than a year) in getting business disputes and bad check claims handled by the courts, Maine has taken its first steps toward setting up its first business and consumer court. The new court will deal with three broad areas of business cases: small claims, cases that are more complicated, and the most complex of litigation that may take weeks or months to resolve.

The nearly $1 million package was approved by the state’s legislature in March and adds one new superior court justice and three district court judge positions, two law clerks, a court reporter and four assistant clerks to the court system. The money will fund the positions for six months, with continued funding to be requested of the next Legislature as part of the regular court budget.

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