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Yes you can do and as you are a litigant in person you can claim £19 per hour (pursuant to rule 46.5 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998). The N260 form is to be used and you can include your costs on that - then serve it on both the other side and the court.
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Yes, you can hand it to the usher at the court who will pass it to the judge. You can also hand the other side a copy before the hearing. If you win then the costs may be assessed there and then or the judge may make an order for costs to be assessed in due course if not agreed