Claim notice - debt claim not exceeding 15,000 euros (DR016)

Use this document to make a claim, via the District Court, to recover money owed to you (up to €15,000) for goods and/or services provided, for example, or to make a claim for other reasons such as for liquidated damages. Interest can also be claimed on the outstanding amount where relevant as well as recovery costs. When you give this notice to the debtor this is all that is required of you to start the legal process. If the debtor fails to respond to this notice and fails to fully settle the outstanding amount claimed you can then proceed to apply for a court judgment that the money is owed (the documents required to apply for judgment are also available on LawOnline). Before making this application, you should ideally have already sent at least one letter to the debtor demanding payment and threatening to take the matter to court if the outstanding debt is not paid. If you have not done this already, you can use LawOnline documents such as 'Debt collection letters for unpaid invoices' (DR008) amongst others.

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