- Minutes of the CPR Committee meeting—1 April 2022
- Welcome, minutes, action log and matters arising (item 1)
- Section 2(7) sub-committee (item 2)
- CPR 7 (how to start proceedings—the claim form) and CPR 8 (alternative procedure for claims)
- CPR 49 (specialist proceedings)
- Traffic enforcement (item 3)
- Vulnerable parties or witnesses (item 4)
- Damages and Money Claims committee (item 5)
- CPR PD 51R (OCMC pilot)
- CPR PD 51ZB (damages claim pilot)
- Lacuna sub-committee (item 6)
- Closing remarks from the Chair and any other business (item 7)
Dispute Resolution analysis: The minutes of the CPR Committee (CPRC) meeting of 1 April 2022 (held in a hybrid format at The Rolls Building (Royal Courts of Justice), Fetter Lane, London and via video conference) cover a number of issues, including reforms to CPR 7 (how to start proceedings—the claim form) and CPR 8 (alternative procedure for claims), amendments to CPR 49 (specialist proceedings) with a consultation on using the online rolling consultation facility, amendments to CPR PD 75 (traffic enforcement) alongside revisions to court forms TE7 and TE9, removing question three from certain civil forms, issuing guidance from HM Courts & Tribunals on how to apply for address confidentiality, amendments to CPR PD 51R (OCMC pilot) and CPR PD 51ZB (damages claim pilot), discussions on the Lacuna sub-committee, and an investigation into having a standalone print/downloadable version of the CPR.
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