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Appropriate office definition

What does Appropriate office mean?

SCCO Guide—the office in which a request for a detailed assessment hearing should be filed: it is the County Court Office or District Registry for the court in which the order for costs was made or, in all other cases, the Senior Court Costs Office (SCCO). Where the SCCO is the appropriate office for the request, it is also the appropriate office for any request or application made earlier in the detailed assessment proceedings, eg, a request for a default costs certificate, a request or application to set aside such a certificate and applications for extension of time and sanctions for delay

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