Courts contacts

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 8553, email or complete the search form.

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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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