Sources of Laws and Legal Info
web sites are useful for looking up codes for the Small Claims Court systems of
the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories. These
links get you to each state's official Web site, from where you can track down
the code pertaining to the Small Claims Court. Since you aren't likely to
be familiar with the exact numbers of the state code pertaining to your
particular question use the search feature.
For some states, you may have to drill down in
order to get to the information, but just remember to keep looking for the
"state code." Use the site's search box for a short description
of the topic - for example "execution of liens." Usually
all the other state codes for the Small Claims Court system of that state begin
with those first numbers. You can then go to where it starts and read all
codes pertaining to that states Small Claims Courts codes.
Another, sometimes more direct, path to information regarding the Constitutions, Statutes, and
Legislative information by State is found on the Cornell Law School site
from the following links.
One of the best Web sites for general legal
self-help is that of Nolo Press.
Online Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
Some other sources of legal information are