Drafting note for application notice seeking an order declaring that the service of the claim form without the permission of the court was ineffective
Produced in partnership with Nicholas Pointon of St John's Chambers
Drafting note for application notice seeking an order declaring that the service of the claim form without the permission of the court was ineffective

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  • Drafting note for application notice seeking an order declaring that the service of the claim form without the permission of the court was ineffective

Drafting note for application notice seeking an order declaring that the service of the claim form without the permission of the court was ineffective

There are a limited number of circumstances in which the claimant does not require permission to serve the claim form outside England and Wales. To check whether the claimant required permission, see Practice Note: Determining whether permission is required to serve the claim form out of England and Wales.

Related Precedents

Related Precedents:

  1. Witness statement in support of an application for an order declaring that the service of the Claim Form without the permission of the Court was ineffective

  2. Draft order declaring that the service of the claim form without the permission of the court was ineffective

General points

The application should be made using Application notice: Form N244.

Application notice (Form N244)

In the Commercial Court, the relevant court form is Application notice-Commercial Court: Form N244(CC).

Application notice (Form N244CC)

These drafting notes are to be used in conjunction with Form N244 and are not designed for use with Form N244(CC).

The form should be filled in with the details of the court proceedings eg title of the claim, reference number of the claim (CPR PD 23A, para 2.1).

Question 3—order

Set out the order you require. This should include the same wording as the draft order to be provided to the court as part of the application.

Proposed wording:

(1) ‘The court

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