Citation, Commencement, Application And The Overriding Objective
Organisation Of The Court
The Court’s Case Management Powers
How To Start Proceedings — The Claim Form
Alternative Procedure For Claims
Responding To Particulars Of Claim — General
Acknowledgment Of Service
Disputing The Court’s Jurisdiction
Setting Aside Or Varying Default Judgment
Defence And Reply
Statements Of Case
Amendments To Statements Of Case
Addition And Substitution Of Parties
Counterclaims And Other Additional Claims
Statements Of Truth
General Rules About Applications For Court Orders
Interim Remedies And Security For Costs
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Production Of Documents
Witnesses, Depositions And Evidence For Other Courts
Experts And Assessors
Offers To Settle
Miscellaneous Provisions Relating To Hearings
Judgments And Orders
Change Of Legal Representative
General Rules About Costs
Procedure For Detailed Assessment Of Costs
Proceedings By Or Against The Centre, Its Bodies And The Government
General Rules About Enforcement Of Judgments And Orders
Charging Orders, Stop Orders And Stop Notices
Attachment Of Future Assets And Earnings
Execution Against Assets
Court’s Power To Appoint A Receiver
Orders To Obtain Information From Judgment Debtors
Contempt Of Court
Small Claims Tribunal
Technology And Construction Division
Non-Muslim Wills Registry
A party paying money into Court under an order or in support of a defence of tender before claim must:
(1) send to the Registry:
(a) the payment;
(b) a sealed copy of the order or a copy of the defence; and
(c) Form P33/01;
(2) serve notice of payment on the other parties; and
(3) file at Court:
(a) a copy of the notice of payment; and
(b) a certificate of service confirming service of the notice on each party served.
Any application relating to money or securities which have been paid into Court , other than an application for the payment out of the money or securities (for example, an application for money to be invested, or for payment of interest to any person):
(1) must be made in accordance with Part 23; and
(2) may be made without notice, but the Court may direct notice to be served on any person.
Money paid into Court under a Court order or in support of a defence of tender before claim may not be paid out without the Court’s permission except where:
(1) a Part 32 offer is accepted without needing the permission of the Court ; and
(2) the defendant agrees that a sum paid into Court by him should be used to satisfy the offer (in whole or in part).
Permission may be obtained by making an application in accordance with Part 23. The application notice must state the grounds on which the order for payment out is sought. Evidence of any facts on which the applicant relies may also be necessary.
Where the Court gives permission under Rule 33.6, it will include a direction for the payment out of any money in Court , including any interest accrued.
Where permission is not required to take money out of Court , the requesting party should file a request for payment in Form P33/02 with Registry , accompanied by a statement that the defendant agrees that the money should be used to satisfy the Part 32 offer in Form P33/03.
The request for payment should contain the following details:
(1) where the party receiving the payment is legally represented:
(a) the name, business address and reference of the legal representative ; and
(b) the name of the bank and the sort code number, the title of the account and the account number where the payment is to be transmitted;
(2) where the party is acting in person:
(a) his name and address; and
(b) his bank account details as in Rule 33.10(1)(b).
Where Rule 33.9 applies, interest accruing up to the date of acceptance will be paid to the defendant .
Subject Rule 33.13, if a party does not wish the payment to be transmitted into his bank account or if he does not have a bank account, he may send a written request to the Registrar for the payment to be made to him by cheque.
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