Any party may log in with one’s e-ID to ‘My Cases’ which is
accessible through the following website https://ecourts.gov.mt/onlineservices/ to view his or her case which is pending before the Small
Claims Tribunal. Once this Tribunal delivers judgement, the party
may also have access and read the judgement through ‘My Cases’
Appealing a Small Claims Courts DecisionAn appeal shall lie from a decision of the Small Claims Tribunal to the Court of Appeal composed of one judge i.e. the Court of Appeal in its Inferior Jurisdiction.How to appeal against a Small Claims Courts DecisionAny party to a cause before the Small Claims Tribunal who does not agree with the Tribunal’s decision may appeal therefrom by an application filed in the Court of Appeal within twenty days from the date of the Tribunal’s decision. The appeal application must be signed by an advocate and it may be filed
by an advocate, legal procurator or the party appealing. The application may also be submitted online here. european small claimsCouncil Regulation 861/2007 of 11 July 2007 establishing a European Small Claims Procedure seeks to improve and simplify procedures in civil and commercial matters where the value of a claim does not exceed €5,000.