On 22/04/2014 new fee orders will come into effect. This will apply to a number of court fees in the County Court, Family Court, High Court, Magistrates Court and Royal Courts of Justice, and to Judicial Review fees in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration & Asylum Chamber).
What does this mean for you?
From 22/04/2014, you will be charged at the new rates for all court fees and Judicial Review Fees in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration & Asylum Chamber).
- Any process that attracts a fee received by post, drop box, over the counter or paid over the phone on or after 22/04/2014 will be dealt with under the new fee order. This applies equally to new cases and cases already lodged before 22/04/2014 where additional processes are requested.
- Any process that attracts a fee received prior to the new fee order but returned because there was an error and then subsequently resubmitted on or after the 22/04/2014 will attract the new fee.
Where can you find further information?
Customers can learn more about the court fee changes by:
- Reading the new fee orders now available at:
- Reading about the consultation ‘Court fees: proposals for reform’ available at:
- Reading the updated EX50 leaflet ‘Civil & Family Court Fees’ from 22.04.2014 available from court staff upon request or available at: