Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

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    Default Fee for an N244

    Can anyone tell me the fee that I need to send with a N244icon as I am slightly confused?


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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    It might be 75 now. Best to call your local court - and even take the form along and have it issued there.
    If you are in hardship, the fee may be waived



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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    What are you submitting the N244icon for? it's usually 75.00 unless you have been issued with an eviction notice then it is free. As Bankfodder says if you are receiving certain benefits you may also be exempt.

    Affixed is the leaflet explaining the criteria for exemption.

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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    set asideicon is 75 i have called today


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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    I am looking to see if I could claim a remission on the court fee, on the form it asks for monthly housing costs, does this include second mortgages on property?


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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    I sent mine off two weeks ago with 75 and the court are refunding me 35 as they have said it is only 40.

    I sent mine to Northampton and am not due any benefits.


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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    It perhaps depends on what you are applying for. Probably best to ring the court and ask.

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    Default Re: Fee for an N244

    Just called the court and they say for an application to set asideicon the fee is 75.00. The second mortgageicon cant be included in the monthly expenses to work out if entitled to a part remission. It doesnt seem fair we got to pay 150 in fees for same debt and we are up to our eyes in debt but none of that can be taken into account.



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