North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 7A. Judicial Department § 7A-210. Small claim action defined
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For purposes of this Article a small claim action is a civil action wherein:
(1) The amount in controversy, computed in accordance with G.S. 7A-243 , does not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000); and
(2) The only principal relief prayed is monetary, or the recovery of specific personal property, or summary ejectment, or any combination of the foregoing in properly joined claims; and
(3) The plaintiff has requested assignment to a magistrate in the manner provided in this Article.
The seeking of the ancillary remedy of claim and delivery or an order from the clerk of superior court for the relinquishment of property subject to a lien pursuant to G.S 44A-4(a) does not prevent an action otherwise qualifying as a small claim under this Article from so qualifying.
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