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    Emailing the civil and family courts





    When you email the court the subject line of your mail must contain (in the following order): -

    The claim number
    The title of the claim (abbreviated if necessary) **
    The subject matter (e.g. defence)
    If relating to a hearing the date and time of hearing
    The judge or legal advisers name, where the correspondence/document is for their attention

    **If your email is in relation to a family matter, please refer to the initials only.

    Your message should also contain the name, telephone number and email address of the sender. If you email they will normally send any reply to you by email.

    Correspondence and documents may be sent as either text or attachments. Where there is a practice form, it must be sent in that form by attachment.

    Attachments must be in one of the following formats and the complete email (including any attachment(s)) must not exceed 10Mb
    Document file types

    Rich Text Format files (.rtf)
    Plain/Formatted Text files (.txt)
    Hypertext documents files (.htm)
    Microsoft Word viewer/reader files (.doc) minimum Word '97 format
    Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf) minimum viewer version 4
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    Default Re: Emailing Documents to Court

    This really is a useful post. It answers the questions I was wondering about email. I note that, as from April 2015 the new system is that there is only one county court, the CCBC and the buildings around the UK are to be classed as Hearing venues only.
    I wonder if this means that emails should then only be sent to CCBC.

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    Default Re: Emailing Documents to Court

    I haven't quite got my head around that yet I'm afraid Sean. Things were meant to have changed last year too but I haven't noticed any difference at all tbh.
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    [email protected]
    This is the email I sent all my documents to and aways received a reply , but it was in Jan 2015 . Not sure if it has changed or not but I'll soon find out as today just received new court papers 😔

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