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I attach a certificate of service (N215) and also a costs statement (N260).
You can claim the land registry fees and court fees, as well as the application costs - and under CPR rule 46.5, you can claim litigant in person fees of £19 per hour.
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Yes, the N260 sets out your costs so this is all that is required. If you send a completed copy to both the court and the other side too.
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The original judgment doesn't go in that form as it is for costs only (not damages). Yes to the question about "other expenses".