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Tennessee Court of Appeals, Knoxville

                                                    REPRESENTING YOURSELF IN A CONSUMER DISPUTE 

Only a portion of the forms below will be needed in a given case. Please read the instruction booklet "General Sessions Court" (where these cases typically are litigated) or  (or "Circuit and Chancery Courts") and any others that you need before deciding which forms to select.

Click on the booklets and forms that you need. They may be opened in your browser by clicking on the name, or you may right-click on the name and save the file to your hard drive. You must download forms and cannot complete them online. All forms are Microsoft Word documents. All booklets are in Adobe Acrobat.

Explanatory Booklets

Pages

General Sessions Court

5

Circuit and Chancery Courts

14

Should You Represent Yourself?

3

Limited Legal Representation

1

Serving Legal Process

3

How to Prepare for a Hearing or Trial

4

Court Costs

1

How to Subpoena Witnesses and Documents

3

Common Mistakes

2

Total                                                                

36

 

 

                                                                                                        
Description of Form Pages
Consumer Notice 1
Affidavit of Indigency 2
Sworn Account Affidavit 1
Sworn Account Complaint 1
Sworn Account Denial 1
Civil Warrant (General Sessions Court) 1
Complaint (Circuit or Chancery Court) 1
Answer to Complaint (Circuit or Chancery Court) 1
Summons 1
Affidavit of Service 1
Service by Publication 2
Subpoena 1
Fax Cover Sheet 1
Final Decree (Circuit or Chancery Court) 1
Notice of Appeal to Circuit Court (from General Sessions Court) 1
Pauper's Oath in lieu of Appeal Bond 1
Appeal Bond 1

Total

19

 

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