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What type of costs schedule should be filed before a fast track trial in a public liability (PL) portal claim where the fixed costs entitlement exceeds the actual costs which have been incurred on the file? Can the schedule just outline the fixed costs entitlement or should it outline details of the actual costs incurred?

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Produced in partnership with Katherine Illsley of 4 King’s Bench Walk
Published on LexisPSL on 30/07/2018

The following PI & Clinical Negligence Q&A produced in partnership with Katherine Illsley of 4 King’s Bench Walk provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • What type of costs schedule should be filed before a fast track trial in a public liability (PL) portal claim where the fixed costs entitlement exceeds the actual costs which have been incurred on the file? Can the schedule just outline the fixed costs entitlement or should it outline details of the actual costs incurred?

What type of costs schedule should be filed before a fast track trial in a public liability (PL) portal claim where the fixed costs entitlement exceeds the actual costs which have been incurred on the file? Can the schedule just outline the fixed costs entitlement or should it outline details of the actual costs incurred?

This Q&A considers the type of costs schedule that should be filed before a fast track trial in a public liability (PL) portal claim. It also considers what to do in the scenario that the actual costs incurred are less than the fixed costs entitlement.

CPR 45.29E and Table 6D cover the applicable fixed costs regime for a fast track trial that has dropped out of the PL Portal:

C. If the claim is disposed of at
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