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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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Published on LexisPSL 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

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