Limited Jurisdiction Civil Forms

A Civil action filed in a limited jurisdiction court is a claim against another party for damages of an amount up to $10,000.00. These lawsuits are designed to resolve civil disputes before a Justice of the Peace. Parties in a Civil lawsuit may be represented by attorneys and appeal their case to a higher court. 

Civil lawsuits must be filed in the jurisdiction in which the damage occurred or in which the defendant lives or does business.

To prepare a Civil Action for a Limited Jurisdiction Court through AZTurboCourt please visit: AZTurboCourt Civil (Limited Jurisdiction)

If you would prefer to print forms for free without receiving assistance with filling out the forms, you may use the forms below.

The forms available on this site are generic and may be accepted by courts statewide. Please note that each court might have their own preferred forms. You can visit for more information about court-specific forms. 

Form Title Form No. Instructions

Civil Checklist for Plaintiff    AOC LJCV11K 
Complaint and Summons Instructions

Summons AOC LJCV3F  
Complaint  AOC LJCV2F 

Notice to the Defendant  AOC LJCV22F   
Application for Entry of Default AOC LJCV7F  
Request and Affidavit for Entry of Default Judgment
Civil Checklist for Defendant    AOC LJCV12K 
Subpoena in a Civil Case AOC LJCV19F  
Answer AOC LJCV4F 
Counterclaim AOC LJCV5F
Answer to Counterclaim Instructions
Answer to Counterclaim  
Uniform Personal Injury Interrogatories   AOC LJCV23F   
Uniform Contract Interrogatories  AOC LJCV24F   
Disclosure Statement  AOC LJCV15F   
Memorandum  AOC LJCV17F   
Motion to Set and Certificate of Readiness  AOC LJCV16F   
Motion to Continue 
Order to Continue AOC LJCV10F  
Motion to Vacate or Modify Judgment  AOC GNGF2F   
Notice of Change of Address  AOC APC9F   


The information offered on this site is made available as a public service and is not intended to take the place of legal advice. If you do not understand something, have trouble filling out any of the forms or are not sure these forms and instructions apply to your situation, see an attorney for help. Before filing documents with the court, you might consider contacting an attorney to help guard against undesired and unexpected consequences.

Not all forms may be accepted in all Arizona courts – you should contact the clerk of the court in which you will be filing to confirm the use of a particular form, determine whether any additional forms are required and verify the filing fees. The Supreme Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for actions taken by users of these documents, including reliance on their contents.