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Money Claim Online can be used for claims for a specified sum of money of less than £100,000 (not including interest or costs) and the same rules apply in respect of costs as with any other claim issued under CPR Part 7.
The claim will be subject to the fixed costs regime if no acknowledgement of service or defence is filed or if the claim is admitted by the defendant. In those circumstances, the claimant can request judgment via Money Claim Online by completing an online request form. Upon judgment being entered, the claimant’s legal representative is entitled to the fixed costs provided for under CPR 45.4 and set out in Table 2 of CPR 45, which for a claim in excess of £5,000 is between £30 and £70 depending on the circumstances in which judgment is being entered.
Fixed costs would also apply if summary
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