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A. A designated clerk of each justice court shall provide such assistance as may be requested by any person regarding the jurisdiction, venue, pleadings or procedures of the small claims division. However, these clerks shall not engage in the practice of law.
B. A designated clerk of each justice court shall inform the parties to a small claims proceeding of their rights, including that the parties do not have the right to appeal a decision rendered by a judge or hearing officer of the small claims division.
C. The clerk shall, upon request, provide all necessary forms to the parties.
D. The justice of the peace may designate a clerk of the small claims division of the justice court to conduct debtor examinations pursuant to section 22-524.