Court Fees Set to Increase from 30 September
The Ministry of Justice UK has published its response to the consultation on increasing selected court fees and Help with Fees income thresholds by inflation.
The Government has analysed the responses to the consultation and considered the impact of policy proposals in light of recurring themes raised by some of the respondents.
The Government response to the consultation can be viewed here:
The Statutory Instrument to effect these changes will shortly be laid before Parliament and the changes will come into effect on 30 September 2021.
Please be aware that the fee for sealing a Writ of Control, Possession or Delivery will increase from £66 by £5 to £71 from this date.
Other fee increases that will impact the work we undertake include:
Any other remedy (High Court urgent application for trespass etc.)
Old fee: £528
New fee: £569
General application (on notice)
Old fee: £255
New fee: £275
General application (by consent/without notice)
Old fee: £100
New fee: £108
For further information, please contact:
Neil Jinks FCICM IRRV
Head of Client Development & Communications