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Do you have a precedent for making an application to the court for permission to add a party to proceedings under Part 19 of the CPR?

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Last updated on 15/06/2016

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  • Do you have a precedent for making an application to the court for permission to add a party to proceedings under Part 19 of the CPR?

Do you have a precedent for making an application to the court for permission to add a party to proceedings under Part 19 of the CPR?

We do not have a Precedent on the specific point raised in this Q&A; however, we can refer you to the below information, which you may find helpful. A Precedent of this nature is on our roadmap of planned additions to the product.

Applications to add a party of proceedings under Part 19 should be made in accordance with Part 23.

On making an application to add a claimant, the following should be filed:

  1. the application notice (Form N244, N244(CC) (if in the Commercial Court), N244(CCFL) (Commercial Court Financial List applications) or N244(CHFL) (Chancery Division Financial List applications))

  2. a witness statement (or other evidence) in support setting out the proposed new party's interest in or connection with the claim

  3. the proposed amended claim form and particulars of claim

  4. signed written consent of the new claimant to be added or substituted. Note: if this is not filed with the application, any order made subsequently will not take effect until it is filed

  5. (where the application is made as a result of an existing party's

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