Detailed legal guidance on how to bring a case to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice.
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Includes general information on:
- starting a case
- making a statement of case
- managing a case
- providing expert evidence
- applying to the court
- listing arrangements
- getting ready for a hearing
- appealing to the court
And guidance on specialist cases relating to:
- the Bankruptcy Court
- the Companies Court
- mortgage claims
- partnership claims and receivers
- the Patents Court and intellectual property
- probate, inheritance and trusts
Appendices include advice on how to put together documents and bundles, as well as contact details for the court.
Guide updated August 2017.
Published: 2 March 2015
Updated: 12 September 2017
- Updated Chancery Guide published.
- Guide updated August 2017
- Revised version
- Chapter 30 has been replaced.
- Section 25 amendments
- JIN guidelines added
- Updated version of guide published.
- Revised guide published
- Guide amended November 2016
- First published.