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What is the correct procedure for issuing a claim regarding a dispute as to the costs that can be claimed pursuant to a personal guarantee entered between two parties? Ie, should the claim be commenced under CPR Part 7 or CPR Part 8?

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Published on LexisPSL on 06/12/2017

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  • What is the correct procedure for issuing a claim regarding a dispute as to the costs that can be claimed pursuant to a personal guarantee entered between two parties? Ie, should the claim be commenced under CPR Part 7 or CPR Part 8?
  • Part 8 claims
  • Part 7 claims

What is the correct procedure for issuing a claim regarding a dispute as to the costs that can be claimed pursuant to a personal guarantee entered between two parties? Ie, should the claim be commenced under CPR Part 7 or CPR Part 8?

Part 8 claims

Part 8 is generally used for resolving claims that do not involve a substantial dispute of fact. For example, claims to:

  1. decide the construction of a contract

  2. decide the construction of a statute

  3. rectify a trust deed

  4. decide the level of costs to

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