The details are:

  • In possession claims, the issue fee increases from £280 to £355.
  • For possession claims online through PCOL, the issue fee increases from £250 to £325.
  • The fee for general applications made on notice in civil proceedings (e.g. applications on notice to appoint a litigation friend) will increase from £155 to £255.
  • The fee for general applications made without notice (e.g. to ask for an extension of time to a deadline) will increase from £50 to £100.
  • The fee for applications made by consent (e.g. to approve a consent order) will increase from £50 to £100.

The details are found in a statutory instrument here, which is still only available online as a draft. It only became clear yesterday however that it has been approved and the implementation date is Monday 21 March 2016.

For more information

Please contact:

Helen Tucker | 0121 212 7459 | helen.tucker@anthonycollins.com

Aimee Taroni | 0121 214 3559 | aimee.taroni@anthonycollins.com

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