CPR - Forms
If you have any comments about the content of court forms, please email Civil_Justice_Poli@Justice.gov.uk
Part 4 sets out the rules concerning court forms (https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part04).
Practice Direction 4 sets out a list of forms arranged by subject-matter and an alphabetical list of forms (https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part04/pd_part04).
The forms can be downloaded from Form Finder at— http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/FormFinder.do.
The forms are provided in PDF format (to read documents in PDF format you need a copy of the freely available Adobe Acrobat Reader (new window)).
What happens to the information you give using CPR forms?
When you fill in and send to the court a form prescribed under the CPR, you give to the court information required by the court for the purposes of case management under the CPR and under other legislation.
The information that you give the court will be processed by Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service (as an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice) and shared as the law requires, for example with the other parties to the case (and you may be required by the Rules and other legislation to give them that information yourself, for example by sending them a copy of the form: see the forms and Rules for instructions).
The information that you give the court will only be shared with other parties outside proceedings or used for any purpose where it is allowed by law. For example, the statutory register of judgments is maintained under contract to the Lord Chancellor by Registry Trust. Registry Trust distributes court data to a variety of market sectors including credit referencing, banking and insurance.
Further details about the collection and processing of data submitted to the court can be found on GOV.UK.