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Is the new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot voluntary or compulsory?

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Published on LexisPSL on 23/10/2019

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  • Is the new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot voluntary or compulsory?

Is the new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot voluntary or compulsory?

The new Statement of Costs for Summary Assessment Pilot is set out in CPR PD 51X and provides for the new statements of costs that may be used:

‘4 Forms N260A and N260B (annexed to this Practice Direction) are model forms of Statement of Costs which may be used for summary assessments while the scheme is in force. The N260A applies when the costs have been incurred on an interim application. The N260B applies when the costs have been incurred up to trial.

5 Forms N260A and N260B contain a documents schedule. The documents

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