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Hi guys, quick question:

 

If I am claiming £300 on form N1 and £50 for costs like postage, stationary etc.

 

 

do I make the total claim value £350 or the costs are decided in court when someone wins?

 

In other words,

 

 

do I have to prepare a breakdown of costs and add it to the total claim value

or keep it for the big day and ask for it after the win (if, of course I win)?

 

Also, how does it work with the £18/hr and £90 attendance?

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I believe only if the other side litigates unreasonably. EG not turning up for a hearing and failing to inform the court etc.

The reason being is it is designed ot make small claims accessible to more people by limiting the power of big corporations to spend their way out of the problem with big expensive barristers.

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"do I make the total claim value £350 or the costs are decided in court when someone wins? "

 

You put the value of the amount claimed...the court fess are added if judgment attained.You wont get any further costs...its your claim.

 

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You can ask but you probably won't get them.

 

You submit details of your costs separately before the hearing.

 

Postage is not a costs item, it is also a Special Damage and should be added to the £350 claim amount.

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