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Summary assessment bill of costs—pilot schemeAs part of the 104th update—Practice Directions Amendments accompanying the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR),...
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When can you add VAT on a Statement of Costs (N260) lodged at court?We have assumed that this Q&A is referring to a statement of costs lodged for the...
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Why does the Statement of Costs for summary assessment Form N260, not include provision for incoming correspondence? Why are the true costs of...
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Who should be signing the Statement of Costs in compliance with CPR PD 44, para 9.5(3) and is there any relevant case law/guidance?The statement of...
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Is the new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot voluntary or compulsory?The new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot is set out...
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5th Jun
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On a summary assessment of costs, the court will have regard to the Senior Courts Costs Office hourly rates. How is the location determined where fee...
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What are the provisions and procedural rules governing costs recovery in CPR Part 8 proceedings?We have assumed that this Q&A is not referring to...
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Summary assessment (prior to April 2013) [Archived]Archived: This Practice Note is based on provisions revoked on 1 April 2013. It is therefore for...
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Summary assessmentThis Practice Note explains summary assessment of costs and when it takes place. Summary assessment of costs is a procedure during...
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Summary assessment—statement of costsSummary assessment is the procedure whereby costs are assessed by the judge who has heard the case or application...
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Summary assessment—court guidesThe provisions set out in various Court Guides, some of which are summarised below, are in addition to the provisions...
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