Statutory Instruments 1998 No. 3132 (L. 17)
The Civil Procedure Rules 1998
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Determination of liability in other cases
     Rule 9 Where in a case in which no notice has been given under rule 5 the garnishee on the return day disputes liability to pay the debt due or claimed to be due from him to the judgment debtor, the court may summarily determine the question at issue or order that any question necessary for determining the liability of the garnishee be tried in any manner in which any question or issue in proceedings may be tried.

Transfer of proceedings
     Rule 10 A garnishee who does not reside or carry on business within the district of the court in which the garnishee proceedings have been commenced and who desires to dispute liability for the debt due or claimed to be due from him to the judgment debtor may apply without notice being served on any other party in writing to that court for an order transferring the proceedings in which the judgment or order sought to be enforced was obtained to the court for the district in which the garnishee resides or carries on business, and the court applied to may, if it thinks fit, grant the application after considering any representations which it may give the judgment creditor and the judgment debtor an opportunity of making.

Discharge of garnishee
     Rule 11 Any payment made by a garnishee in compliance with an order absolute in garnishee proceedings, and any execution levied against him in pursuance of such an order, shall be a valid discharge of his liability to the judgment debtor to the extent of the amount paid or levied (otherwise than in respect of any costs ordered to be paid by the garnishee personally), notwithstanding that the garnishee proceedings are subsequently set aside or the judgment or order from which they arise is reversed.

Money in court
     Rule 12  - (1) Where money is standing to the credit of the judgment debtor in any county court, the judgment creditor shall not be entitled to take garnishee proceedings in respect of the money but may apply to the court on notice for an order that the money or so much of it as is sufficient to satisfy the judgment or order sought to be enforced and the costs of the application be paid to the judgment creditor.

    (2) On receipt of notice of an application under paragraph (1) the court officer shall retain the money in court until the application has been determined.

    (3) The court hearing an application under paragraph (1) may make such order with respect to the money in court as it thinks just.

Costs of judgment creditor
     Rule 13 Any costs allowed to the judgment creditor on an application for an order under rule 1 or 12 which in the former case are not ordered to be paid by the garnishee personally shall, unless the court otherwise directs be retained by the judgment creditor out of the money recovered by him under the order in priority to the amount due under the judgment or order obtained by him against the judgment debtor.

Attachment of debt owed by firm
     Rule 14  - (1) An order may be made under rule 1 in relation to a debt due or accruing due from a firm carrying on business within England and Wales, notwithstanding that one or more members of the firm may be resident out of England and Wales.

    (2) An order to show cause under rule 1 relating to such a debt shall be served on a member of the firm within England and Wales or on some other person having the control or management of the partnership business.

Powers of district judge
     Rule 15 The powers conferred on the court by any provision of this Order may be exercised by the judge or district judge.



CCR ORDER 31

CHARGING ORDERS

Application for charging order
     Rule 1  - (1) An application to a county court for a charging order under section 1 of the Charging Orders Act 1979[282] may be made - 

    (a) if the order is sought in respect of a fund in court, to the court where the money is lodged;

    (b) subject to (a), if the judgment or order sought to be enforced is that of a county court, to the court in which the judgment or order was obtained or, if the proceedings have been transferred to another court under CPR rule 30.2(1)(b)(ii) or Order 25, rule 2, the court to which it has been transferred.

    (c) subject to (a) and (b), to the court for the district in which the debtor resides or carries on business or, if there is no such district, to the court for the district in which the judgment creditor resides or carries on business.

    (1A) An application for a charging order under paragraph 11 of Schedule 4 to the Local Government Finance Act 1992[283] shall be made to the court for the district in which the relevant dwelling (within the meaning of section 3 of that Act) is situated.

    (2) The application may be made without notice being served on any other party by filing a witness statement or affidavit - 

    (a) stating the name and address of the debtor and, if known, of every creditor of his whom the applicant can identify;

    (aa) certifying the amount of money remaining due under the judgment or order and that the whole or part of any instalment due remains unpaid;

    (b) identifying the subject matter of the intended charge;

    (c) either verifying the debtor's beneficial ownership of the asset to be charged or, where the asset is held by one or more trustees (including where the asset is land which is jointly owned) and the applicant relies on paragraph (b) of section 2 (1) of the said Act of 1979, stating on which of the three grounds appearing in that paragraph the application is based and verifying the material facts;

    (d) stating, in the case of securities other than securities in court, the name and address of the person or body to be served for the purpose of protecting the intended charge;

    (e) stating, where the subject matter is an interest under a trust, or held by a trustee, the names and addresses of such trustees and beneficiaries as are known to the applicant.

Where the judgment or order to be enforced is a judgment or order of the High Court or a judgment, order, decree or award of a court or arbitrator which is or has become enforceable as if it were a judgment or order of the High Court, the applicant shall file with his witness statement or affidavit the documents mentioned in Order 25, rule 11 (a) and (c), and the witness statement or affidavit shall verify the amount unpaid at the date of the application.

    (3) Subject to paragraph (1), an application may be made for a single charging order in respect of more than one judgment or order against a debtor.

    (4) Upon the filing of the witness statement or affidavit mentioned in paragraph (2), the application shall be entered in the records of the court, and if, in the opinion of the district judge, a sufficient case for such an order is made in the witness statement or affidavit, the district judge shall make a charging order nisi fixing a day for the further consideration of the matter by the court.

    (5) A copy of the order shall be sent by the court officer to the judgment creditor and, where funds in court are to be charged, shall be served by the court officer on the Accountant-General at the Court Funds Office.

    (6) Copies of the order and of the witness statement or affidavit shall be served by the judgment creditor on - 

    (a) the debtor;

    (b) the other creditors named in the witness statement or affidavit (unless the district judge otherwise directs); and

    (c) where a trust is involved, on any trustee holding the asset to be charged, where the applicant relies on paragraph (b) of section 2 (1) of the said Act of 1979 and on such other trustees and beneficiaries as the district judge may direct.

    (7) Where an interest in securities not in court is to be charged, copies of the order nisi shall be served by the judgment creditor on the person or body required to be served in like circumstances by RSC Order 50, rule 2 (1)(b).

    (8) The documents required by the foregoing paragraphs to be served shall be served in accordance with CPR Part 6 not less than 7 days before the day fixed for the further consideration of the matter.

    (9) Upon further consideration of the matter service required under paragraph (6) or (7) shall be proved by witness statement or affidavit.

Order on further consideration of application for charging order
     Rule 2  - (1) On the day fixed under rule 1 (4) for the further consideration of the matter, the court shall either make the order absolute, with or without modifications, or discharge it.

    (2) If an order absolute is made, a copy shall be served by the court officer, in accordance with CPR Part 6 on each of the following persons, namely - 

    (a) the debtor;

    (b) the applicant for the order;

    (c) where funds in court are charged, the Accountant General at the Court Funds Office; and

    (d) unless otherwise directed, any person or body on whom a copy of the order nisi was served pursuant to rule 1 (7).

    (3) Every copy of an order served on a person or body under paragraph (2)(d) shall contain a stop notice.

Effect of charging order etc.
     Rule 3  - (1) Where a charging order nisi or a charging order absolute has been made and served in accordance with rule 1 or 2, it shall have the same effect as an order made and served in like circumstances under RSC Order 50.

    (2) The court may vary or discharge a charging order in the like circumstances and in accordance with the same procedure, with the necessary modifications, as a like order made by the High Court.

    (3) The powers of the court under rule 2 or the last preceding paragraph, except the power to vary an order made by the judge, may be exercised by the district judge.

Enforcement of charging order by sale
     Rule 4  - (1) Proceedings in a county court for the enforcement of a charging order by sale of the property charged shall be commenced by a claim form, which shall be filed in the appropriate court, together with a witness statement or affidavit and a copy thereof - 

    (a) identifying the charging order sought to be enforced and the subject matter of the charge;

    (b) specifying the amount in respect of which the charge was imposed and the balance outstanding at the date of the application;

    (c) verifying, so far as known, the debtor's title to the property charged;

    (d) identifying any prior incumbrances on the property charged, with, so far as known, the names and addresses of the incumbrancers and the amounts owing to them; and

    (e) giving an estimate of the price which would be obtained on sale of the property.

    (2) The appropriate court shall be - 

    (a) if the charging order was made by a county court, that court;

    (b) in any other case, the court for the district in which the debtor resides or carries on business or, if there is no such district, the court for the district in which the judgment creditor resides or carries on business.

    (3) A copy of the witness statement or affidavit filed under paragraph (1) shall be served on the respondent with a copy of the claim form and a notice to each respondent of the date of the hearing.

    (4) The proceedings may be heard and determined by a district judge.

    (5) The net proceeds of sale, after discharging any prior incumbrances and deducting the amount referred to in paragraph (1)(b) and the costs of the sale, shall be paid into court.



CCR ORDER 33

INTERPLEADER PROCEEDINGS

Part I Under Execution


Notice of claim
     Rule 1  - (A1) In this Part of this Order "the interpleader claimant" means any person making a claim to or in respect of goods seized in execution or the proceeds or value thereof and "the interpleader claim" means that claim.

    (1) The interpleader claimant shall deliver to the bailiff holding the warrant of execution, or file in the office of the court for the district in which the goods were seized, notice of his claim stating - 

    (a) the grounds of the interpleader claim or, in the case of a claim for rent, the particulars required by section 102 (2) of the Act; and

    (b) the interpleader claimant's full name and address.

    (2) On receipt of an interpleader claim made under this rule, the court shall - 

    (a) send notice thereof to the execution creditor; and

    (b) except where the interpleader claim is to the proceeds or value of the goods, send to the interpleader claimant a notice requiring him to make a deposit or give security in accordance with section 100 of the Act.

Reply to interpleader claim
     Rule 2  - (1) Within 4 days after receiving notice of an interpleader claim under rule 1 (2) the execution creditor shall give notice to the court informing him whether he admits or disputes the interpleader claim or requests the district judge to withdraw from possession of the goods or money claimed.

    (2) If, within the period aforesaid, the execution creditor gives notice to the court admitting the interpleader claim or requesting the district judge to withdraw from possession of the goods or money claimed, the execution creditor shall not be liable to the district judge for any fees or expenses incurred after receipt of the notice.

Order protecting district judge
     Rule 3 Where the execution creditor gives the court such a notice as is mentioned in rule 2 (2), the district judge shall withdraw from possession of the goods or money claimed and may apply to the judge, on notice to the interpleader claimant, for an order restraining the bringing of a claim against the district judge for or in respect of his having taken possession of the goods or money and on the hearing of the application the judge may make such order as may be just.

Issue of interpleader proceedings
     Rule 4  - (1) Where the execution creditor gives notice under rule 2 (1) disputing an interpleader claim made under rule 1 or fails, within the period mentioned in rule 2 (1), to give the notice required by that rule, the district judge shall, unless the interpleader claim is withdrawn, issue an interpleader notice to the execution creditor and the interpleader claimant.

    (2) On the issue of an interpleader notice under paragraph (1) the court officer shall enter the proceedings in the records of the court, fix a day for the hearing by the judge and prepare sufficient copies of the notice for service under this rule.

    (3) Subject to paragraph (4) the notice shall be served on the execution creditor and the interpleader claimant in the manner required for service of the notice of the day of hearing in accordance with Order 3, rule 6.

    (4) Service shall be effected not less than 14 days before the return day.

Claim for damages
     Rule 5 Where in interpleader proceedings under an execution the interpleader claimant claims from the execution creditor or the district judge, or the execution creditor claims from the district judge, damages arising or capable of arising out of the execution - 

    (a) the party claiming damages shall, within 8 days after service of the notice on him under rule 4(3), give notice of this claim to the court and to any other party against whom the claim is made, stating the amount and the grounds of the claim; and

    (b) the party from whom damages are claimed may pay money into court in satisfaction of the claim as if the interpleader proceedings were a claim brought in accordance with CPR Part 7 by the person making the claim.

Part II -  Otherwise than under Execution


Application for relief
     Rule 6  - (1) Where a person (in this Part of this Order called "the applicant") is under a liability in respect of a debt or any money or goods and he is, or expects to be, sued for or in respect of the debt, money or goods by two or more persons making adverse claims thereto ("the interpleader claimants"), he may apply to the court, in accordance with these rules, for relief by way of interpleader.

    (2) The application shall be made to the court in which the claim is pending against the applicant or, if no claim is pending against him, to the court in which he might be sued.

    (3) The application shall be made by filing a witness statement or affidavit showing that - 

    (a) the applicant claims no interest in the subject-matter in dispute other than for charges or costs;

    (b) the applicant does not collude with any of the interpleader claimants; and

    (c) the applicant is willing to pay or transfer the subject-matter into court or to dispose of it as the court may direct,

together with as many copies of the witness statement or affidavit as there are interpleader claimants.

Relief in pending claim
     Rule 7 Where the applicant is a defendant in a pending claim - 

    (a) the witness statement or affidavit and copies required by rule 6 (3) shall be filed within 14 days after service on him of the claim form;

    (b) the return day of the application shall be a day fixed for the pre-trial review of the claim including the interpleader proceedings and, if a day has already been fixed for the pre-trial review or hearing of the claim, the court shall, if necessary, postpone it;

    (c) the interpleader claimant, the applicant and the claimant in the claim shall be given notice of the application, which shall be prepared by the court together with sufficient copies for service;

    (d) the notice to the interpleader claimant shall be served on him, together with a copy of the witness statement or affidavit filed under rule 6 (3) and of the claim form and particulars of claim in the claim, not less than 21 days before the return day in the same manner as an interpleader notice in accordance with rule 4(3);

    (e) the notices to the applicant and the claimant shall be sent to them by the court and the notice to the claimant shall be accompanied by a copy of the said witness statement or affidavit.

Relief otherwise than in pending claim
     Rule 8 Where the applicant is not a defendant in a pending claim - 

    (a) the court shall enter the proceedings in the records of the court;

    (b) the court shall fix a day for the pre-trial review or, if the court so directs, a day for the hearing of the proceedings and shall prepare and issue an interpleader notice, together with sufficient copies for service;

    (c) the notice together with a copy of the witness statement or affidavit filed under rules 6 (3), shall be served on each of the claimants not less than 21 days before the return day in the same manner as an interpleader notice to be served under rule 4(3); and

    (d) the court shall deliver or send a notice of issue to the applicant.

Payment into court etc.
     Rule 9 Before or after the court officer proceeds under rule 7 or 8 the district judge may direct the applicant to bring the subject-matter of the proceedings into court, or to dispose of it in such manner as the district judge thinks fit, to abide the order of the court.

Reply by interpleader claimant
     Rule 10  - (1) An interpleader claimant shall, within 14 days after service on him of the notice under rule 7 (c) or the interpleader notice under rule 8 (c), file - 

    (a) a notice that he makes no interpleader claim; or

    (b) particulars stating the grounds of his interpleader claim to the subject matter,

together in either case with sufficient copies for service under paragraph (2).

    (2) The court shall send to each of the other parties a copy of any notice or particulars filed under paragraph (1).

    (3) The court may, if it thinks fit, hear the proceedings although no notice or particulars have been filed.

Order barring interpleader claim etc.
     Rule 11  - (1) Where an interpleader claimant does not appear on any day fixed for a pre-trial review or the hearing of interpleader proceedings, or fails or refuses to comply with an order made in the proceedings, the court may make an order barring his interpleader claim.

    (2) If, where the applicant is a defendant in a pending claim, the claimant does not appear on any day fixed for a pre-trial review or the hearing of the interpleader proceedings, the claim including the interpleader proceedings may be struck out.

    (3) In any other case where a day is fixed for the hearing of interpleader proceedings, the court shall hear and determine the proceedings and give judgment finally determining the rights and claims of the parties.

    (4) Where the court makes an order barring the interpleader claim of an interpleader claimant, the order shall declare the interpleader claimant, and all persons claiming under him, for ever barred from prosecuting his interpleader claim against the applicant and all persons claiming under him, but unless the interpleader claimant has filed a notice under rule 10 that he makes no interpleader claim, such an order shall not affect the rights of the interpleader claimants as between themselves.



CCR ORDER 34

PENAL AND DISCIPLINARY PROVISIONS

Issue and service of summons for offence under s.14, 92 or 124 of the Act
     Rule 1 Where - 

    (a) it is alleged that any person has committed an offence under section 14 or 92 of the Act by assaulting an officer of the court while in the execution of his duty, or by rescuing or attempting to rescue any goods seized in execution, and the alleged offender has not been taken into custody and brought before the judge; or

    (b) a complaint is made against an officer of the court under section 124 of the Act for having lost the opportunity of levying execution,

the court officer shall issue a summons, which shall be served on the alleged offender personally not less than 8 days before the return day appointed in the summons.

Committal under s.14, 92 or 118 of the Act
     Rule 1A Rule 1 (5) of Order 29 shall apply, with the necessary modifications, where an order is made under section 14, 92 or 118 of the Act committing a person to prison.

Notice to show cause before or after fine under s.55 of the Act
     Rule 2 Before or after imposing a fine on any person under section 55 of the Act for disobeying a witness summons or refusing to be sworn or give evidence, the judge may direct the court officer to give to that person notice that if he has any cause to show why a fine should not be or should not have been imposed on him, he may show cause in person or by witness statement or affidavit or otherwise on a day named in the notice, and the judge after considering the cause shown may make such order as he thinks fit.

Non-payment of fine
     Rule 3  - (1) If a fine is not paid in accordance with the order imposing it, the court officer shall forthwith report the matter to the judge.

    (2) Where by an order imposing a fine, the amount of the fine is directed to be paid by instalments and default is made in the payment of any instalment, the same proceedings may be taken as if default had been made in payment of the whole of the fine.

    (3) If the judge makes an order for payment of a fine to be enforced by warrant of execution, the order shall be treated as an application made to the district judge for the issue of the warrant at the time when the order was received by him.

Repayment of fine
     Rule 4 If, after a fine has been paid, the person on whom it was imposed shows cause sufficient to satisfy the judge that, if it had been shown at an earlier date, he would not have imposed a fine or would have imposed a smaller fine or would not have ordered payment to be enforced, the judge may order the fine or any part thereof to be repaid.



CCR ORDER 35

ENFORCEMENT OF COUNTY COURT JUDGMENTS OUTSIDE ENGLAND AND WALES

Part I - Enforcement outside United Kingdom


Interpretation of Part I
     Rule 1 In this Part of this Order "the Act of 1933" means the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933[284], "the Act of 1982" means the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982[285] and expressions which are defined in those Acts have the same meaning in this Part of this Order as they have in those Acts.

Application under s.10 of the Act of 1933 for certified copy of county court judgment
     Rule 2  - (1) An application under section 10 of the Act of 1933 for a certified copy of a judgment of a county court may be made by filing a witness statement or affidavit, made by a solicitor of the party entitled to enforce the judgment, or by the party himself, if he is acting in person.

    (2) A witness statement or affidavit by which an application under section 10 of the Act of 1933 is made must - 

    (a) give particulars of the proceedings in which the judgment was obtained;

    (b) have annexed to it evidence of service on the defendant of the claim form or other process by which the proceedings were begun (where service was effected otherwise than through the court), copies of the statements of case, if any, and a statement of the grounds on which the judgment was based;

    (c) state whether the defendant did or did not object to the jurisdiction, and, if so, on what grounds;

    (d) show that the judgment is not subject to any stay of execution;

    (e) state that the time for appealing or applying for a re-hearing has expired, or, as the case may be, the date on which it will expire and in either case whether notice of appeal against the judgment has been given or an application for a re-hearing has been made; and

    (f) state whether interest is recoverable on the judgment or part thereof and, if so, the rate and period in respect of which it is recoverable.

    (3) The certified copy of the judgment shall be a sealed copy indorsed with a certificate signed by the district judge certifying that the copy is a true copy of a judgment obtained in the county court and that it is issued in accordance with section 10 of the Act of 1933.

    (4) There shall also be issued a sealed certificate signed by the district judge and having annexed to it a copy of the claim form or other process by which the proceedings were begun and stating - 

    (a) the manner in which the claim form or other process was served on the defendant or that the defendant has delivered to the court an admission, defence or counterclaim;

    (b) what objections, if any, were made to the jurisdiction;

    (c) what statements of case, if any, were filed;

    (d) the grounds on which the judgment was based;

    (e) that the time for appealing or applying for a re-hearing has expired or, as the case may be, the date on which it will expire;

    (f) whether notice of appeal against the judgment has been given or an application for a re-hearing has been made;

    (g) whether interest is recoverable on the judgment or part thereof and, if such be the case, the rate of interest, the date from which interest is recoverable, and the date on which interest ceases to accrue; and

    (h) such other particulars as it may be necessary to give the court in the foreign country in which it is sought to obtain execution of the judgment.

Application under s.12 of the Act of 1982 for certified copy of county court judgment
     Rule 3  - (1) An application under section 12 of the Act of 1982 for a certified copy of a judgment of a county court may be made by filing a witness statement or affidavit made by a solicitor of the party entitled to enforce the judgment, or by the party himself, if he is acting in person.

    (2) A witness statement or affidavit by which an application under section 12 of the Act of 1982 is made must - 

    (a) give particulars of the proceedings in which the judgment was obtained;

    (b) have annexed to it evidence of service on the defendant of the claim form or other process by which the proceedings were begun (where service was effected otherwise than through the court), copies of the statements of case, if any, and a statement of the grounds on which the judgment was based together with, where appropriate, any document under which the applicant is entitled to legal aid or assistance by way of representation for the purposes of the proceedings;

    (c) state whether the defendant did or did not object to the jurisdiction and, if so, on what grounds;

    (d) show that the judgment has been served in accordance with CPR Part 6 and CPR rule 40.4 and is not subject to any stay of execution;

    (e) state that the time for appealing or applying for a re-hearing has expired, or, as the case may be, the date on which it will expire and in either case whether notice of appeal against the judgment has been given or an application for a re-hearing has been made; and

    (f) state - 

      (i) whether the judgment provides for the payment of a sum or sums of money;

      (ii) whether interest is recoverable on the judgment or part thereof and, if such be the case, the rate of interest, the date from which interest is recoverable, and the date on which interest ceases to accrue.

    (3) The certified copy of the judgment shall be a sealed copy and there shall be issued with the copy of the judgment a sealed certificate signed by the district judge and having annexed to it a copy of the claim form or other process by which the proceedings were begun.

Part II - Enforcement in other parts of the United Kingdom


Interpretation of Part II
     Rule 4 In this Part of this Order - 

    "the Act of 1982" means the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982[286],

    "money provision" means a provision in any judgment to which section 18 of the Act of 1982 applies for the payment of one or more sums of money,

    "non-money provision" means a provision in any judgment to which section 18 of the Act of 1982 applies for any relief or remedy not requiring payment of a sum of money.

Application for certificate of money provision
     Rule 5  - (1) A certificate in respect of any money provision contained in a judgment of the county court may be obtained by filing a witness statement or affidavit made by the solicitor of the party entitled to enforce the judgment, or by the party himself if he is acting in person, together with a form of certificate.

    (2) A witness statement or affidavit by which an application under paragraph (1) is made must - 

    (a) give particulars of the judgment, stating the rate of payment, if any, specified under the money provisions contained in the judgment, the sum or aggregate of sums (including any costs or expenses) remaining unsatisfied, the rate of interest, if any, applicable and the date or time from which any such interest began to accrue;

    (b) verify that the time for appealing against the judgment or for applying for a re-hearing has expired, or that any appeal or re-hearing has been finally disposed of and that enforcement of the judgment is not stayed or suspended; and

    (c) state to the best of the information or belief of the witness the usual or last known address of the party entitled to enforce the judgment and of the party liable to execution on it.

    (3) The court officer shall enter on the certificate - 

    (a) the number of the proceedings;

    (b) the amount remaining due under the judgment;

    (c) the rate of interest payable on the judgment debt, and the date or time from which any such interest began to accrue;

    (d) a note of the costs, if any, allowed for obtaining the certificate; and

    (e) the date on which the certificate is issued.

Application for certified copy of judgment containing non-money provision
     Rule 6  - (1) A certified copy of a judgment of a county court which contains any non-money provision may be obtained by filing a witness statement or affidavit made by the solicitor of the party entitled to enforce the judgment, or by the party himself, if he is acting in person.

    (2) The requirements in paragraph (2) of rule 5 shall apply with the necessary modifications to a witness statement or affidavit made in an application under paragraph (1) of this rule.

    (3) The certified copy of a judgment shall be a sealed copy to which shall be annexed a certificate signed by the court officer and stating that the conditions specified in paragraph (3)(a) and (b) of Schedule 7 to the Act of 1982 are satisfied in relation to the judgment.






Notes


[282] 1979 c.53; section 1 was amended by the Administration of Justice Act 1982 (c.53) sections 34(3), 37, schedule 3, Part II, paragraphs 2, 3, 6; and by the County Courts Act 1984 (c.28), section 148(1), schedule 2, Part V.back

[283] 1992 c.14.back

[284] 1933 c.13; section 10 was substituted by the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 (c.27), section 35(1), schedule 10, paragraph 3.back

[285] 1982 c.27; section 12 was amended by the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1991 (c.12), section 3, schedule 2, paragraph 7.back

[286] 1982 c.27.back



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