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HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS)
Find out the main fees if you need to make a money claim, get a divorce, or you are involved in another type of case in the Civil or Family Courts. (EX50)
Details of vacancies and where to apply to be a magistrate in your area.
List of cases provisionally fixed for hearing in the Court of Appeal Criminal Division.
Guideline figures for carrying out a summary assessment of court costs, listed by pay band and grade for different parts of the country.
What to expect in family legal proceedings and which orders you can apply for.
Please note: where possible the daily court lists will be updated for the following day between midday and 5pm
Addresses and contact details for employment tribunal offices and hearing centres in England, Wales and Scotland.
Guidance and support for people wanting to file documents online in the Business and Property Courts or for claims and appeals in the Queen’s Bench Division in the Royal Courts of Justice.
Directory of probate registries and appointment venues.
Details of processing or reply times for work at the County Court Money Claims Centre (Salford) and the County Court Business Centre (Northampton).
How to appeal a county court, High Court or tribunal decision to the Court of Appeal.
What to do if you're sent a jury summons form.
Rules on how cases are handled in employment tribunals, from starting a claim to what happens at a hearing.
I have a decree nisi/conditional order - what must I do next?
Probate fees (from July 2019).
What you need to do to appeal a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) decision about social security benefits or child maintenance.
The respondent has replied to my petition - what must I do?
The current Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012 (amended), which applies from 13 June 2019 onwards. Includes a link to previous Schemes.
Detailed legal guidance on bringing a judicial review case in the Administrative Court.
The July 2019 edition reflects legislative and practice changes relevant to the Administrative Court over the last year.
How to use the Small Claims Mediation Service to try and resolve a dispute without going to court.
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