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I have filled in my form but not sure whether i need to send a payment with this. It doesnt say anywhere on the form that i have to ay anything as of yet. But i heard the fee is £100. Can anyone help me on this mater please.





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Hi Dave.


The fee is £100 but only if your claim is over £1500.

You should send a cheque with your completed form.


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From the county court website, fees section



Preparing for trial

Allocation to track:


claims for money of £1,500 or less no fee

all other claims £100




This fee is payable by the claimant except where the case is proceeding on a counterclaim alone, when it is payable by the defendant.


Where a fee is due, it must either be paid when the allocation questionnaire is filed, or, if:




the court decides that an allocation questionnaire is not required;




the Civil Procedure Rules do not require an allocation questionnaire to be completed,


then the fee must be paid:


within 28 days of filing the defence (or the filing of the last defence if there is more than one defendant); or

within 28 days of expiry of the time for filing all defences.

Warning: if you do not pay the allocation fee when required, the court can make an order which may lead to your statement of case (claim or counterclaim) being ‘struck out’. This would mean that you could not proceed with your claim (or counterclaim).

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Lucky you. I do, though I'm not too fussed because I'll get it back in the end. I'm at the same stage as you, I'm handing my AQ in on Thursday - I've emailed the abbey advising them that they have til Weds to pay up in full before more court charges are applied. It's worth a shot.

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