EX160 FORM PDF

Help with fees makes it possible for people who aren't able to pay their court or tribunal fee to get financial help. Applicants are assessed on the basis of their financial situation. As you process an application for help with fees, you'll see prompts and explanations on the right hand side of the screen. You can also return to this page if you need more help. The service has a link to the Department for Work and Pensions and can check whether applicants are receiving benefits. Help with fees is generally only available to individuals; the scheme does not apply to other types of business, companies or charities.

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Help with fees makes it possible for people who aren't able to pay their court or tribunal fee to get financial help. Applicants are assessed on the basis of their financial situation.

As you process an application for help with fees, you'll see prompts and explanations on the right hand side of the screen. You can also return to this page if you need more help. The service has a link to the Department for Work and Pensions and can check whether applicants are receiving benefits. Help with fees is generally only available to individuals; the scheme does not apply to other types of business, companies or charities.

There are some exceptions:. You can accept applications from people living outside the UK if their case is being dealt with by a court or tribunal in the UK. They will be assessed in the same way as any other foreign national or non-resident UK citizen. If you're unable to contact the applicant by phone, you should return the application and ask them to provide their National Insurance number or a letter confirming that they're receiving benefits.

There are some exceptions to the standard definition of 'single' for someone without a partner who relies on their own income, for example when the case involves:. Applicants should still be considered to be married or living with someone and sharing an income even if they're not currently living at the same address. For example if one or both are:. If the fee was paid more than 3 months ago, your delivery manager may be able to extend the period of 3 months if they think there's good reason to do so.

In some situations there's no time for the applicant to complete a help with fees form before their emergency case is heard. The delivery manager can ask the applicant or their legal representative for an 'undertaking' to apply for help with fees or pay the fee within 7 days. Applicants providing an undertaking must complete form EXB. If the applicant includes any of these benefits as part of their income, then you will need to subtract the amount received from their monthly total.

Help with fees. Staff guide Processing an application. Contents Introduction Who can apply for help with fees? Introduction Help with fees makes it possible for people who aren't able to pay their court or tribunal fee to get financial help. Who can apply for help with fees? Individuals can apply for help with fees if they: only have a small amount of savings and investments and receive certain benefits or are on a low income Before you start Check the statement of truth has been signed Unsigned forms must be returned to the applicant.

Legal Aid If the applicant is getting Legal Aid, check if they're eligible to apply for help with fees. It's important to enter the dashes in the reference number exactly as they appear in the example above check the name of the applicant is correct and enter the following details: fee; jurisdiction; and form name or number.

Enter the application reference number into the case management system as usual Not all offices are receiving online applications yet. We'll let you know when the online service is available in your area. People applying from outside the UK You can accept applications from people living outside the UK if their case is being dealt with by a court or tribunal in the UK. Make sure the application uses UK pounds sterling for details of income. National Insurance number If NI number isn't provided: Check answer to question 9 If 'No', continue to process without NI number If 'Yes', don't process and contact applicant by phone to ask for their NI number If you're unable to contact the applicant by phone, you should return the application and ask them to provide their National Insurance number or a letter confirming that they're receiving benefits.

Married or living with someone and sharing an income Applicants should still be considered to be married or living with someone and sharing an income even if they're not currently living at the same address.

For example if one or both are: serving in the Armed forces are in prison living in residential care Refunds Check the refund: is for a fee paid less than 3 months ago hasn't already been refunded If the fee was paid more than 3 months ago, your delivery manager may be able to extend the period of 3 months if they think there's good reason to do so. This will be automatically calculated. More guides.

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Fees and help with fees forms

An application for help with fees, that is to avoid paying a court or tribunal fee altogether, or getting a reduction on the normal fee, is made on Form EX — Apply for Help with Fees — available here. The Ministry of Justice has published its response to the consultation on yet further increases in court fees, over and above the very substantial increases which took effect on 9 March Fees will be introduced in some other tribunals, beyond the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The Lord Chancellor, with the consent of the Treasury, makes the following Order in exercise of the powers conferred by section 92 1 and 2 of the Courts Act 1 and section 1 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2. The Lord Chancellor has had regard to the matters referred to in section 3 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act The Lord Chancellor has consulted in accordance with section 92 5 and 6 of the Courts Act A draft of this Order was laid before Parliament and approved by resolution of each House of Parliament in accordance with section 7 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act

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Form EX160: Apply for help with court and tribunal fees

A person can use form EX to apply for receiving financial help with a court or tribunal fee. If the form is accepted, then the person is eligible not to pay any fee for the court or get some discount on it. Click on the button below to download the form. Apply Online. You have to basically fill in your personal details and show that you have very less money available to support the court fee.

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Download Form EX160 for Help with Court Fees

An application for help with fees, that is to avoid paying a court or tribunal fee altogether, or getting a reduction on the normal fee, is made on Form EX Apply for help with fees. The process for applying online is:. That 20 page publication is on Form EXA. To be eligible for a fee remission, the court user must pass two tests: the disposable capital test and the gross monthly income test. They must also fill out Form EX Only the person who has to pay the court or tribunal fee can make a fee remission application.

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Form EX160: Apply for help with fees

We use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Use Form EX to apply for help with fees from a court or tribunal hearing. You may not have to pay a fee, or you may get some money off. PDF , KB , 5 pages.

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