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Last EFIS release: 53/2002 (November 2002)

Form status: Deleted

The Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2002 amend the 1998 Civil Procedure Rules and create various new provisions relating to how certain types of claim are processed in the courts.

These procedural changes have led The Court Service to amend the above forms. N130 now incorporates notes for the Defendant advising him or her on what to do next whilst N133 now includes a statement of truth and has been renamed.

Practitioners will also note that the N208 notes have been amended to reflect the mechanism for lodging N208 in a claim under Section 1 of the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, whilst N170 has been redrafted and renamed to more accurately reflect its function as a list of actions to be taken, prior to the start of a trial. N210A is a new form whereby a defendant can indicate whether he or she intends either to contest a claim for costs, or contest the amount of costs awarded or dispute the court's jurisdiction to have awarded costs in the first place.

CPR110, 111 and 112 are new High Court forms which have been added to reflect the introduction of the new Part 74 of the Civil Procedure Rules but which have also been adapted for use in the County Court. CPR110 is a certificate of judgment under section 10 of the Administration of Justice Act 1920, or section 10 of the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933 or section 12 of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982. CPR111 is a certificate enabling the award of money in either the High Court or the County Court to be enforced in another part of the United Kingdom. CPR112 performs the same function as CPR111 but should only be used to enforce judgments where money is not involved.

The Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2002 will come into force on 2nd December so customers must not use these amended forms before this date.

The Court Service have advised us that the forms N131, N132, N135 will become obsolete from 2nd December and should be removed from your systems. The Court Service recommends that you use form N215 instead.

In addition, the Chief Master of the Chancery Division of the High Court has also made forms HCNO82, HCNO83, HCNO84 obsolete.

Practitioners are also requested to delete the High Court form HCPF101, which The Court Service now inform us was made obsolete in April when the Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 4) Rules 2001 came into force. See EFIS No. 9/2002 for more details. Please see deletion instructions below.


In future, claimants under Part 69 of the Civil Procedure Rules should use N244 and orders may be drawn using the Court's own form N24.

Also, The Court Service have corrected a reference to N212 on the notes N211 which should in fact refer to N213, so an amended version of N211 is enclosed with this update to the CPR forms. Additionally, we have taken the opportunity to make a small correction to N161 on page 2 to include an additional question at Section 5.

Finally, please also find enclosed a new form EX107, which due to requests by our customers has been added to the range. Also find enclosed N1, N5B, N244, N279 and HCNO64 which have all had minor field amendments, as requested by customers, and can be used upon receipt.

All EFIS releases

EFIS 53 - 2002 November 2002  Deleted
EFIS 7 - 1999   New/Amended