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Hi - I have looked through the stickies and can't seem to find this.

 

On allocation form (as a Claimant), it says to pay the 'allocation fee'

 

Is this the same as hearing fee? Or a different fee?

 

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"The Notice of Allocation issued by the court identifies those claims requiring a hearing or a preliminary hearing and the fee payable. The hearing fee depends on the amount you're claiming."

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?422941-Court-Fees-updated-March-2016/page2

 

I think there is a link in the last post of the thread linked above.

 

and you might also find the answer to your question on the Government website linked below.

 

https://www.gov.uk/court-fees-what-they-are

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Hi - I have looked through the stickies and can't seem to find this.

 

On allocation form (as a Claimant), it says to pay the 'allocation fee'

 

Is this the same as hearing fee? Or a different fee?

 

Thanks, MH

 

Is this a SCT matter?

 

Allocation fees don't exist anymore.

 

You just pay the hearing fee.

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Thanks for confirming.

 

Notice that the downloaded version of the Allocation Questionnaire (government website) still has a 'have you attached a fee?' as a question with a note saying that a fee is required if claim is over 1.5k, hence the confusion

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Thanks for confirming.

 

Notice that the downloaded version of the Allocation Questionnaire (government website) still has a 'have you attached a fee?' as a question with a note saying that a fee is required if claim is over 1.5k, hence the confusion

 

You're not on the correct site as that is out of date.

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