TCC—determining applications
TCC—determining applications

The following Dispute Resolution guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • TCC—determining applications
  • Who can make the order in the TCC?
  • Consent orders in the TCC
  • Paper applications in the TCC
  • Applications to the TCC Central London County Court (TCC CLCC)
  • Telephone hearings in the TCC
  • Video conferencing in the TCC
  • Attending a hearing in the TCC
  • Drawing up TCC orders
  • Costs in interim applications to the TCC
  • more

This Practice Note looks at how interim applications made in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) are determined under CPR 60, CPR PD 60 and the Technology and Construction Court Guide, section 6.

In particular it considers consent orders, paper applications (ie where the application is dealt with without an oral hearing), telephone hearings, video conferencing and what happens at an interim hearing, including submissions that can be made to the TCC and applications without notice (AWNs).

Guidance is also given on what happens after the hearing, including how the order is drawn up and how the parties can seek to challenge an interim order made by the TCC by way of applications to set aside, vary or appeal.

Finally, practical tips on TCC interim hearings are offered.

Note

  1. shorter and flexible trials schemes—claims started on or after 1 October 2015 in the TCC may be suitable for and/or be subject to one or both of the schemes operating under CPR PD 57AB, namely the shorter trials scheme and/or the flexible trials scheme. For more information on these schemes, see Practice Notes: Business and Property Courts—shorter trials scheme for claims issued on or after 1 October 2015 and Business and Property Courts—flexible trials scheme for claims issued on or after 1 October 2015

  2. electronic working—as of 25 April 2017, CE-File electronic working is mandatory for