Goods may be any property that belongs to you, including, cars, jewellery, animals and furniture.
This topic has information about what you can do if:
You may be able to use the information in this topic if:
This topic does not have information about:
In these cases there may be other legal ways to fix a dispute about goods. If you are in one of these situations, you should not use the information in this topic. You should get legal advice to find out the best way to solve your problem.
The information provided in this topic is for goods worth $10 000 or less. If you are trying to recover goods worth more than $10 000, you should get legal advice.
Whether you are trying to get your goods back or someone is trying to get their goods back from you, there are some things you should consider:
For more information, see Disputes about goods.
If you are trying to get your goods back from someone, you can try:
For more information, see Getting your goods back.
If someone is trying to get goods back from you, you can try:
For more information, see Being chased for goods.
This section lists the forms and documents you may need for a recovery of goods case in court. It also has instructions and samples to help you complete these forms and documents.
For more information, see Forms.
If you are involved in a recovery of goods case, there are some services that may be able to help you.
For more information, see Getting more help. The information in this topic was last updated: May 2013