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OK, so Northampton receive it and they then assign it to Shorditch?
Yes that is right. They transfer it there
But they wont do that until you apply to enforce
Does that clarify?
so Northampton CCBC, take the N316 and from that produce an N39, which they send back to me to serve.
Because of the affidavit and all that I am thinking of engaging an ‘enforcement agent’ to serve the N39. How do I do this?
Correct. Yes I would get an enforcement agent.
Or you can ask the court to serve it, but that is an additional £100
just what is the "apply to enforce" bit you refer to?
Well you want an order to obtain information,
So any step you take will be transferred to the local Court
what other enforcement agents are there besides the Court.
Looking in EX50 but can’t seem to find the price. Can you advise where it is in EX50 ie what is it termed as?
So I have 2 defendants and to N39 both of them will cost 2 x £150 = £300?
Do I write a single cheque of £150 to accompany each N316? or do I need to break it down further into a £50 and £100 cheque. Just asking in case the Court sort of cross allocate the monies ie cash it into different accounts?
You can do one cheque with a covering letter of what it is for
You can say what is for what on the letter - that will be fine
Does that help?
yes. so if I just say I want the court to Serve the papers in the cover letter that will be Ok?
One check for both N316s ie a single cheque for £300 is that OK?
Can you advise on what the term used in the EX50 is covering the serving of papers bit?
Yes that is fine. With a covering letter
I do not understand what you mean by EX50 serving etc?
If you want to request the Court bailiff to serve, the fee is £110
sorry The leaflet that explains all the charges for various court activities. I understand that there is a price for serving document in this leaflet but I cant see it. Wondering what name / title it comes under in the leaflet EX50?
What is the difference between the Court at £100 and the Court at £110?
sorry I mean Court Bailiff at £110
Think I am there for this question session will no doubt be posting a new one :-)
Court fee £100 for application for information
£110 to serve the document
Does this help?
Just want to double check:
EX050 - Civil and Family Court Fees - From 22 April 2014
Page 8 - Request for service
Request for service by a Bailiff for any document. £110
Page 10 - Order to obtain information from a debtor
To issue an application for an order for a debtor or other person to attend court to provide information. £50
To request Bailiff service of an order for a debtor or other person to attend court to provide information. £100
The above leaflet EX050 states:
This leaflet sets out a selection of civil and family court fees. It is not the full list, neither is it the authority on fees. For a full list of fees charged in the civil courts please see the EX50AHMCTS on hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk
And from leaflet EX50A HMCTS: April 2014
8.3 Application to require judgement debtor to attend court £50
8A.1 Request for service by a bailiff £100
So does that make each N316 application £150?
Sorry about the further questioning.
Yes if you want the Court to serve
right .....so a cheque for £300 in total for the submission of two N316s including the serving of each N39 by the court bailiff?
that's great.. thanks very much ....... again.
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