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MoJ issues new consultation on increased civil court fees

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MoJ issues new consultation on civil court fees


The Ministry of Justice has issued a consultation on proposals for further increases in fees in the civil and magistrates courts. The aim is to further the Government's stated policy of moving towards full cost recovery and it is hoped that the changes will bring in an additional £38m a year.


A significant change would see magistrates' court fees increase to represent 100% of the full cost: the Ministry currently estimates that such fees recover only 55% of their costs.


The proposals would also see a realignment of fees for enforcement proceedings in the county court and High Court.


The consultation paper sets out the proposed new fees and is available on the MoJ website.

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