CPR changes—June to October 2016 [Archived]
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Last updated on 22/10/2019

The following Dispute Resolution practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • CPR changes—June to October 2016 [Archived]
  • In force on 17 June 2016—Part 8 claims and evidence
  • CPR PD 8A—Alternative Procedure for Claims
  • CPR PD 32—Evidence
  • In force on 8 August 2016—judicial review costs
  • Changes to CPR 3
  • Changes to CPR 46
  • Changes to CPR PD 46
  • In force on 29 September 2016—pilot schemes
  • CPR PD 51K—County Court Legal Advisers Pilot Scheme
  • More...

CPR changes—June to October 2016 [Archived]

ARCHIVED: this archived Practice Note is not maintained and is for background information purposes only. Further, some of the links may not direct you to the provisions as at the date the guidance in this Practice Note was published. For further information on previous and/or subsequent amendments to the CPR, see: CPR Updates—overview and Civil procedure rule committee minutes—overview.

In force on 17 June 2016—Part 8 claims and evidence

These changes were only notified by the Ministry of Justice on 12 July 2016 but have retrospective effect.

CPR PD 8A—Alternative Procedure for Claims

CPR PD 8A, paras 17.1 and 17A.1 to be amended to take account of applications by the Electoral Commission under para 17 of Schedule 3 to the European Union Referendum Act 2015 and the European Union Referendum (Conduct) Regulations 2016 as well as associated matters.

CPR PD 32—Evidence

In Annex 3 (video conferences guidance), a change has been made to the point of contact for enquiries from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (International Legal Matters Unit, Consular Division) to now the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Legislation Office) sopenquiries@fco.gov.uk.

In force on 8 August 2016—judicial review costs

Changes to CPR 3

The amendments are to CPR 3.19 and substitute the existing provisions to provide new definitions for a 'costs capping order' and 'future costs'. The provision will specifically state that it does not apply to judicial review

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What does CPR mean?

SCCO Guide defines this as the rules'>Civil Procedure Rules which, supplemented by their practice directions, govern the procedure to be followed in most civil cases brought in the SCCO. The text of the CPR and the practice directions are set out in practitioner’s books such as the Civil Court Practice and may also be found on the justice.gov.uk website.

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