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The current pandemic necessitates the use of remote hearings wherever possible. This Protocol applies to hearings of all kinds, including those in which there are litigants in
person, and those made in the applications court.


This Protocol seeks to provide basic guidance as to the conduct of remote hearings. Whilst court buildings, including the Rolls Building, currently remain open, the objective is to undertake as many hearings as possible remotely so as to minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19.

 

Remote hearings.Protocol 19_03_20 2.pdf

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  • County Court Money Claims Centre (CCMCC) (Salford etc etc) publishes customer FAQs – the key points to note are that the CCMCC:
    • will continue to send documents by post as it is unable to send documents electronically
    • is unable to accept claims for issue by email, because of restrictions in the CPR
    • is unable to provide blanket extensions to deadlines and formal applications are required on an individual basis (fee will be waived) but one application can be made to cover multiple cases
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