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I am having difficulty understanding how to fill out my N1 County Court form.

Spent hrs looking at other threads still confused.


dont know what this interest under s.69 county court act is and how I calculate it


also.... yes thers an also...


How much should I paying in court fees? I understand initial fee will be £120

pounds as my claim is over £3000 pounds but what is the other one off payment as someone put in another thread? is it something to do with allocation to track? if it is then I pay 100 pounds on top of the £120 to issue a claim right???? what does allocation to track mean???


Thanks in anticipation. Dinky.

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1) http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/681-4-particulars-claim-n1.html


2) if you have a s/sheet with your charges entered in it, it should have the interest at 8% added at the end. That's your s.69 interest. The daily rate, well, if you make 1 more entry in your s/sheet, with the total charges and enter it at yesterday's date, the amount coming up will be the rate of £ xxx per day. (Don't forget to delete that last entry form your s/sheet afterwards!)


3) http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/helpful-external-links/63-county-court-fees-exemptions.html


4) The Allocation Questionnaire fee is £100 and only for claims over £1500, and reclaimable from the bank as well. HOwever, a few courts are now dispensing with the AQ, so who knows, you may not have to worry about it anyway.


5) Allocation to track is when the judge decides whether to allocate your case to Small Claims (most common), Fast or Multi-Track (larger, more complicated claims), Mercantile (trying to get a test case and set a precedent), etc...

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