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Details. This 'notice of issue' will say when the court sent ('served') the claim to the defendant, unless you have told the court that you're going to serve the claim on the defendant yourself. Find more court and tribunal forms by category.
Details. This form is for a claim made under CPR Part 8. To file your claim with the court, complete the form and send it to the court using the E-Filing service. Find more court and tribunal forms by category.
The Part 8 procedure is used where a rule or practice direction requires or permits it, or where the claimant seeks the court's decision on a question that is unlikely to involve a substantial dispute of fact.
The Part 8 procedure is used where a rule or practice direction requires or permits it, or where the claimant seeks the court's decision on a question that is unlikely to involve a substantial dispute of fact.
Under Part 7, both the claim and the defence are fully pleaded at the outset. Under Part 8, on the other hand, the claim is not fully pleaded and the claimant's evidence is served alongside the claim form; the defendant responds in a similar manner, serving their evidence with their acknowledgement of service.

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Part 8 is an alternative procedure to the usual method of bringing a legal claim (Part 7) and is aimed at disputes where a claimant is seeking the court's decision on a question which is unlikely to involve a substantial dispute of fact.
Use this form to start a claim under Part 8 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) in the Commercial Court.
It is possible for a defendant to object to a claimant using the Part 8 procedure, once the claim has been issued. Such an objection can only be raised when the defendant believes there is a substantial dispute of fact and there is no provision of the CPR restricting the claim to the Part 8 procedure only.
The Part 8 procedure is used where a rule or practice direction requires or permits it, or where the claimant seeks the court's decision on a question that is unlikely to involve a substantial dispute of fact.
Under Part 7, both the claim and the defence are fully pleaded at the outset. Under Part 8, on the other hand, the claim is not fully pleaded and the claimant's evidence is served alongside the claim form; the defendant responds in a similar manner, serving their evidence with their acknowledgement of service.

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