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The supreme court may provide by rule for compulsory arbitration of a cause of action filed in a superior or district court, demanding only a money judgment, when it appears that the demand on the cause of action is for $3,000 or less, exclusive of costs, or when it appears to the trial court as a result of a pretrial conference that the amount that will be recovered on the cause is not likely to exceed $3,000.
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