- CPR changes—March and April 2020
- When do the changes come into force?
- Part 12—default judgment
- Part 52 and Part 54—CILEX Fellows
- Part 52—disclosure of Part 36 offers on appeal
- Part 53—Media and Communications (MAC) List
- Part 55—housing matters
- Part 73 and Part 45—Legal Advisers Final Charging Order provisions
Disputes Resolution analysis: Various upcoming CPR changes are set out in the Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2020, SI 2020/82 and come into force on 30 March 2020 and 6 April 2020. The amendments are relatively minor and technical in nature and cover six matters, namely the entry of default judgments, disclosure of Part 36 offers on appeal, authorisation of CILEX fellows to perform certain functions of the court, the operation of the Media and Communications (MAC) List, certain housing matters and the Legal Advisers Final Charging Order provisions.
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