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I want to apply for permission to service the claim form outside of the jurisdiction. Do I issue the claim form and then provide the sealed claim form with the application or do I provide the court with an unsealed claim form?

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Published on LexisPSL on 13/05/2021

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  • I want to apply for permission to service the claim form outside of the jurisdiction. Do I issue the claim form and then provide the sealed claim form with the application or do I provide the court with an unsealed claim form?

I want to apply for permission to service the claim form outside of the jurisdiction. Do I issue the claim form and then provide the sealed claim form with the application or do I provide the court with an unsealed claim form?

You have asked: I want to apply for permission to service the claim form outside of the jurisdiction. Do I issue the claim form and then provide the sealed claim form with the application or do I provide the court with an unsealed claim form?

The permission of the court is required to serve out of the jurisdiction (CPR 6.36), unless the provisions in CPR 6.32 or 6.33 apply. To assist in determining whether permission is required, reference should be had to Practice Note: Determining whether permission is required to serve the claim form out of England and Wales.

In order for the court to grant permission to serve outside of the jurisdiction it is necessary for the claimant

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