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Enquiries

  • If your enquiry is about a court case or proceedings taking place in a particular court you will need to contact the relevant court/office
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  • If your enquiry is about an making a complaint you will need to contact the court
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  • If you are required to attend court and have a disability for which you require assistance or special facilities you will need to contact the court
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  • Specialist enquiries relating to procedures in the courts and offices within the Royal Courts of Justice
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  • If your enquiry relates to a traffic fine contact the Traffic Enforcement Queries Office on 0300 123 1059 or email
     
  • If your enquiry is about Money Claim Online (MCOL) or Possession Claim (PCOL), contact Money Claim Online

  • If your case has been transferred from MCOL to a County Court for hearing please contact the court

  • If you have issued a money claim contact the County Court Money Claims Centre at Salford  

  • Contact https://courttribunalfinder.service.gov.uk/courts/county-court-business-centre-ccbc if your claim has been issued by the County Court Business Centre at Northampton 

  • Enquiries about Court of Protection
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  • If your enquiry relates to Jury Service please contact the Jury Central Summoning Bureau on 0845 803 8003 (Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm) or email
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  • If your enquiry is about insolvency please visit the Insolvency Service website
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  • If your enquiry is about a Decree Absolute the central index for all Decrees Absolutes can be contacted by telephone 0207 421 8594, email or complete the search form. Phones are answered between 9am and 5pm. Please select option 4.

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Appeals and advice

  • If you are unhappy about a decision made by the judiciary (magistrates or judge), your next step is to appeal to a judge in a higher court. More information on how to do this can be obtained by contacting court staff or reading leaflet EX340 – I want to Appeal – what should I do?
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  • Court staff can only advise you on court procedure and general matters. Independent legal advice can be obtained from a solicitor, legal advice agency or from your local Citizens' Advice Bureau or Law Centre.

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