CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES AND THEIR RELATED PRACTICE DIRECTIONS 65TH UPDATE COMING INTO FORCE 31ST JULY 2013

Civil Procedure Rules And Their Related Practice Directions

65th Update coming into force 31st July 2013

The 65th Update to the Civil Procedure Rules extends the Low Value Personal Injury Scheme for Road Traffic Accidents to include claims valued at £10,000 to £25,000. In addition, the scheme is further extended to include most personal injury claims with a value of £1,000 to £25,000, as set out in the Pre-Action Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury (Employers’ Liability and Public Liability) Claims. A fixed costs scheme for claims which exit the protocol schemes and either settle or proceed to issue of a claim and judgment is introduced.

via Civil, Criminal and Family Procedure Rules And Their Related Practice Directions.

Assessment procedure Rule 48.10

PRACTICE DIRECTION PART 48

DIRECTIONS RELATING TO PART 48
COSTS – SPECIAL CASES

SECTION 50 AMOUNT OF COSTS WHERE COSTS ARE
PAYABLE PURSUANT TO CONTRACT: RULE 48.3
50.1 Where the court is assessing costs payable under a contract, it may make an order that all or
part of the costs payable under the contract shall be disallowed if it is satisfied by the paying
party that costs have been unreasonably incurred or are unreasonable in amount. Click here to read more>>>

Criminal and Family Procedure Rules And Their Related Practice Directions

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