Court Fees – Do I Have to Pay Them?

Court Fees – Do I Have to Pay Them?

Court and Tribunal fees

Remission system

Access to courts and tribunals is available to all. In certain circumstances, individuals may not have to pay a fee. A system known as the remission system is available to those who would have difficulty paying a fee and meet the appropriate criteria.

Customers wishing to apply for a remission must use the following forms and leaflets.

Court and Tribunal Fees – do I have to pay them? This leaflet includes the EX160 Application for a Fee Remission Form.

Undertaking to apply for remission of a court fee or tribunal fee, or to pay a court fee or tribunal fee for emergency applications only

Fee remissions contribution calculator (Excel)

Leaflets

Number Title Download
EX160A Court Fees – Do I Have to Pay Them? This Leaflet Includes the EX160 Application for a Fee Remission Form.For county court claims up to 6 October 2013. (PDF 327KB)
EX160A Court and Tribunal Fees – do I have to pay them? This Leaflet Includes the EX160 Application for a Fee Remission Form. For court and tribunal fees payable from 7 October 2013. (PDF 518KB)
EX160C Fee remissions contribution calculator. For court and tribunal fees payable from 7 October 2013. (XLS 28KB)

Update to Crown Court fee guidance

Friday, 2 May 2014

Clarification on pages of prosecution evidence and electronic data among changes

Our ‘Crown Court Fee guidance’ document for litigators and advocates has been updated and is available to download on the Justice website – see below.

A number of appendices have been updated and these have now been added to the end of the main guidance document.

So both the guidance and appendices can now be downloaded in one file. Continue reading —

Search For More Information About Court Fees on Ministry Of Justice Website  Continue reading —

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