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Hi Folks.


My situation is Is I started a claim to get money refund, the amount was £400, so following the small claim track, so I thought.


The defendant has counterclaimed an amount of £2000.


I have received a N150 AQ from the court to file with the sum of £200.


Is this correct ?, surely as my claim is under £1500 there is no AQ fee payable (or only £35).


But does the defendant have to pay £200 to file his AQ as his (counter)claim is over £1500. ?


Or do we both pay £200 ?


I'm reading Section 'H - Fee' of the AQ now and it states "An allocation fee is payable if your claim or counterclaim exceeds £1500" (now my claim does not exceed £1500).


The defendant will prob answer different as his counterclaim is over £1500 and thus will have to pay a fee (£200).


Any help would be gratefully recieved, the case is about the overpayment of service charges (an LVT has already decided in my favour).



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Hi Andy,


I think you're right and your AQ and any other court fees are set according to the amount YOU are claiming.


Speak to the court to clarify but, with your claim for only £400, there should be no AQ fee payable.



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