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Im using the small claims process online. Im claiming £840.00. I

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I'm using the small claims process online. I'm claiming £840.00.

I submitted a judgment against Mr X and Miss Emma Y on 12/08/2013
My judgment against Miss Y was issued on 13/08/2013
My judgment against Mr X was issued on 13/08/2013

Have read through all my options and I believe that my best option will be to make an
Application for order that debtor attend court for questioning. Then I can see if they are employed and have any ability to pay ETC.

My questions are:
1. All the above took place on Line - do I now use paper forms and the postman?
2. I think I need form :
N316 Application for order that debtor attend court for questioning (03.02)
Who do I send it too, Northampton or their local court?
3. Is there a fee to pay or will they send me an invoice?

Am I even on the right track?

Kind Regards Simon.

Max Lowry :

Hi, welcome to the site. I will help you with your question.

Max Lowry :

For enforcement, you need to go back to the paper and postman. Especially with an order to attend court for questionning.

Max Lowry :

Form N316 is the correct form.

Max Lowry :

The form needs to be sent to the court that gave you judgment, which I expect was Northampton? It will then transfer the application and the proceedings to a local court.

Max Lowry :

You need to send the court fee, made payable to HMCTS, for £50.


Thanks Max much appreciated

Max Lowry :

You're welcome. Could I ask you to rate the answer as highly as you can for me please?




Of course top marks- see you another time

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