If you want to file a claim against multiple people for separate claims then you will need to file separately; if those individuals are part of a business or company and you want to file a claim against the company, you can file the one claim. Do be aware that in this situation you will be making a claim against the commercial entity, not the individuals. For example, if two people run a local shop and you make a claim against the shop, the defendant will be the shop as a business, not the owners.

If you are claiming against several people or a business, do your research to make sure they will be able to pay if you win your case. If the business folds, recouping your losses even if you win may be difficult.


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