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Hi all!

 

Hope this is the right place for this question, i am hoping someone can help. I am a LIP (Defendant) as a LIP can i sign a Tomlin/consent order?

 

Secondly who is responsible for paying the fee for this order? I understand the fee is £50.

 

Any feedback would be much appreciated.

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Hello Kitten and Welcome to CAG!

As far as I know, a LIP can enter into a Tomlin Order. There are a few threads on here which confirm that. Not sure about the fee aspect though. I think that the fee should also be dealt with within the order. I think whover is asking for the Order, the claimant usually (?) should pay the fee. Perhaps some one with more knowl;edge than me can confirm.

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whats the debt all about please

 

 

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Thanks for the welcome @tedney there is nothing about the fee in the consent order, but the letter from claimants solicitor says to return a signed copy to them with £50 court fee. I don't think this is fair. I should also point out that the claimant has legal aid.

 

@dx100uk there is no debt, the claimant made a claim for damages, but last week claimant made offer to withdraw their claim if I in return withdrew my counterclaim, and for each to bear their own costs. I have accepted to withdraw my counterclaim but I don't know if i should accept to bear my own costs? but as she is on legal aid how likely would it be that i would get any costs back? really just want this nightmare to end.

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It is usually the the defendant that covers the fee of a Consent/Tomlin Order.

 

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Not that I am aware of it just classed as costs...but in this instance I note you state that the claimant has requested the Consent...if that is so they should stand the cost.

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There's no rule about paying the fee, its upto parties to decide, 50/50 or either party, if one party is very confident they could say the other party pays and if they don't agree then let it go to trail (I've done this) but it all depends on situation.

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