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ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. It considers the business of the CPR Committee (CPRC) meeting on 10 May 2019 that is relevant for general dispute resolution practitioners. The meeting took place in front of a number of interested members of the public who had applied to attend to view the proceedings. The business covered a wide range of subjects, including the County Court Legal Adviser Pilot—Final Charging Orders CPR PD51T, witness evidence by non-English speakers, the new lacuna sub-committee, online civil money claims, the report ‘Understanding Courts’ by JUSTICE, the disclosure pilot scheme under CPR PD 51U, forms in the Business and Property Courts, enforcement, litigants in person, expert evidence in interim applications, public hearings, statements of truth and statements of case, digital case management systems and general court reform. This Practice Note sets out a summary of the conclusions of the CPRC open meeting, as well as the question and answer session which considered questions submitted in advance by members of the public, as far as it is relevant for general dispute resolution practitioners.
Note: This Practice Note was authored by a Lexis PSL attendee of the CPRC open meeting. For the approved minutes of the meeting, see News Analysis: MOJ circulate approved minutes of the CPR open meeting held in
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