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What are you submitting the N244 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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Just called the court and they say for an application to set aside the fee is £75.00. The second mortgage 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.