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What method of service is required to serve a default costs certificate on a company in the Isle of Man? Would it be necessary to use a process server?

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Published on LexisPSL on 10/08/2018

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  • What method of service is required to serve a default costs certificate on a company in the Isle of Man? Would it be necessary to use a process server?

What method of service is required to serve a default costs certificate on a company in the Isle of Man? Would it be necessary to use a process server?

A default costs certificate is an order of the court and subject to CPR 40.4 which deals with service of judgments and orders. For further guidance, see Practice Note: Detailed assessment—default costs certificate.

The Foreign Process Section of the High Court has confirmed that service of England and Wales court documents into the Isle of Man can be done using informal methods ie a process server. Service is commonly effected by informal methods because they tend to be much quicker. The formal service methods are generally only used

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