HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS)
How to take legal action if someone owes you money (small claims court), how much it costs, what happens next.
Pay civil or family court fees or tribunal fees, get help with fees if you're on a low income or getting benefits
How to take an employer to a tribunal: the hearing, what happens if you lose your case, how to appeal.
The different types of court - magistrates' court, Crown Court and youth court - the crimes they deal with and the level of sentences they can give
Use this form to appeal against a decision made by the Department for Work and Pensions about social security benefits.
Appeal a call up into the reserve forces - request exemption if you're called out into service or ask for exemption for an employee if their request's been turned down
Appeal to the independent Social Security and Child Support tribunal about a benefit decision: what happens at the hearing, getting a decision, if you do not agree
Information for landlords on tenant eviction: assured shorthold tenancies, including eviction notices, Section 21, Section 8, accelerated possession, possession orders, bailiffs
What to do when you disagree with a tax decision - appealing against a decision, getting a review by HMRC and reasonable excuses
What happens if someone makes a money claim against you, saying you owe them money, and how you can respond or defend yourself
Landlords need to follow certain procedures when evicting tenants - find out about eviction notices, harassment and illegal evictions, and going to court
How to appeal a verdict by a magistrates' or Crown Court.
If you are found guilty of a crime, your sentence will depend on a number of factors, including the type, seriousness and circumstances of the crime.
Appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (Tax) against tax decisions: how to appeal, the hearing, if you lose your case
How to get a transcript of a hearing: restrictions, how to apply, costs, complaints
How to appeal against a parking ticket, bus lane fine or other penalty charge notice (PCN) - and what happens if you get a charge certificate or order of recovery
What to do if you're an employer who has been taken to an employment tribunal.
Apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate to legally change your gender
Apply to the tribunal about a rent increase decision, changes to a lease or a decision about a council house, park home or caravan, in England
Use this form ('appellant’s notice') for all appeals and permissions to appeal (except for small-claims track appeals and appeals to the Family Division of the High Court).
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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