The County Court (Forms) (Amendment) Rules 1995

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Published: 1995-03-31

Statutory Instruments
1995 No. 970 (L.5)

COUNTY COURTS
PROCEDURE
The County Court (Forms) (Amendment) Rules 1995

Made
31st March 1995

Coming into force
30th April 1995

1.—(1) These Rules may be cited as the County Court (Forms) (Amendment) Rules 1995.

(2) In these Rules, a form referred to by number means the form so numbered in the Schedule to the County Court (Forms) Rules 1982(1) and “the main Schedule” means that Schedule.

2.  There shall be substituted in the main Schedule, for Form N.42(c) (warrant of execution), the form contained in the Schedule to these Rules.

3.  In Forms N.30(CCBC) (Judgment for plaintiff (in default)) and N.30(1)(CCBC) (Judgment for plaintiff (acceptance of offer)), for the words “National Girobank” where those words appear in the “Methods of Payment” section of the forms, there shall be substituted “Girobank plc”.

The undersigned members of the Rule Committee, appointed by the Lord Chancellor under section 75 of the County Courts Act 1984(2), having made these Rules, certify them and submit them to the Lord Chancellor.

Frank White
Neil Butler
Helen Paling
J.H. Wroath
Hugh Jones
Margaret Wilby
W.A. Vincent
Henrietta Manners
P. Birts
E.C. Gee
R. Winstanley

I allow these Rules, which shall come into force on 30th April 1995.

Mackay of Clashfern, C.
Dated 31st March 1995

SCHEDULE

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Rules)

These Rules amend the County Court (Forms) Rules 1982 so as to:
(a)substitute a new Form N.42(c) (warrant of execution) ( rule 2); and
(b)change references to “National Girobank” in Forms N.30(CCBC) (Judgment for plaintiff (in default)) and N.30(1)(CCBC) (Judgment for plaintiff (accept– ance of offer)) to “Girobank plc” ( rule 3).


(1)
S.I. 1982/586; the relevant amendments are S.I. 1993/712 and 1994/2110.

(2)
1984 c. 28; section 75 was amended by the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 (c. 41), sections 2(4), 16, and Schedule 18, paragraph 47.
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