Drafting Note for an application notice for permission to serve the claim form using an alternative method or at an alternative place

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  • Drafting Note for an application notice for permission to serve the claim form using an alternative method or at an alternative place

Coronavirus (COVID-19) considerations

An application for alternative service can be dealt with on the papers without the need for a court hearing. It can also be made without notice. This is considered in Question 5—hearing below. For guidance on making a without notice application, see Practice Note: Applications without notice.

For news and other resources to assist general dispute resolution practitioners working in the civil courts to understand and stay ahead of fast-moving changes in the civil courts’ processes and procedures necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, see: Coronavirus (COVID-19) implications for dispute resolution—overview.

Court forms required

The application should be made using Form N244 (Form N244(CC) if in the Commercial Court). These Drafting Notes are to be used in conjunction with Form N244 and are not designed for use with Form N244(CC).

Instructions for accessing Forms N244 and N244(CC): These forms can be downloaded as a Smart Form by clicking on the PDF Format hyperlink for the relevant form.

Court forms required

The application should be made using Form N244 (Form N244(CC) if in the Commercial Court). These Drafting Notes are to be used in conjunction with Form N244 and are not designed for use with Form N244(CC).

Instructions for accessing Forms N244 and N244(CC): These forms can be downloaded as a Smart Form by clicking on the PDF Format hyperlink for the relevant form.

Application notice (Form N244)

Application notice notes (Form N244)

Application

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