Hi Clare, thank you for your reply.
The procedure rules are a little complicated for me to understand so I was hoping that it could be explained in plain English.
a) Is the Default Costs Certificate enforceable and in any case, would I require to obtain an Annex I, II, III or IV (as with REMOs) according to the EEO Regulation and if so, can I obtain this from the PRFD, or the Senior Court Costs Office who issued the certificate?
b) What is a Default Costs Certificate, is it an order, or judgment that can be enforced?
c) Does the application for EEO go to Queen's Bench Division or PRFD who had made the order for costs (they did not state amount, just "Respondent to pay for Applicant's costs")? The PRFD court clerks seem to be under the impression that enforcement of costs should go to another court and that they do not deal with these sort of applications. (Is PRFD considered to be a country court?)
d) How much will this cost and to whom should it be made payable?