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A Practical Approach to Civil Procedure

A Practical Approach to Civil Procedure (24th edn)

Stuart Sime
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date: 05 October 2022

27p. 304 Small Claims Tracklocked

27p. 304 Small Claims Tracklocked

  • Stuart SimeStuart SimeAssociate Dean and Head of Department, The City Law School, City, University of London

Abstract

The Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (CPR) provide for the allocation of claims with a limited financial value to what is known as the small claims track. This is intended to provide a streamlined procedure with limited pre-trial preparation, with very restricted rules on the recovery of costs from the losing party, and without the strict rules of evidence. It is appropriate for the most straightforward types of cases, such as consumer disputes, accident claims where the injuries suffered are not very serious, disputes about the ownership of goods, and landlord and tenant cases other than claims for possession. This chapter discusses provisions of the CPR that do not apply; standard and special directions of the court; determination without a hearing; final hearings in small claims track cases; cost restrictions for claims allocated to the small claims track; and rehearings.

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