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The Judgment Enforcement Fees (Amendment) Order (Northern Ireland) 2017

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SCHEDULEFees

PART 1

Column 1Column 2Column 3
No. of FeeItemAmount of Fee
As from 01/04/17As from 01/04/18As from 01/04/19
1On lodging notice of intent to apply for enforcement under rule 6; in respect of each person to be served£22.00£24.00£25.00
2On lodging an application for enforcement under Article 22 of the Order; in respect of each respondent
Where the sum due on foot of the judgment—
(1) does not exceed £30033p in the £1.00 Minimum fee £17.0035p in the £1.00 Minimum fee £18.0037p in the £1.00 Minimum fee £19.00
(2) exceeds £300 but does not exceed £1,000£107.00 plus £13.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £300£115.00 plus £14.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £300£121.00 plus £15.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £300
(3) exceeds £1,000 but does not exceed £3,000£231.00 plus £9.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £1,000£248.00 plus £10.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £1,000£260.00 plus £11.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £1,000
(4) exceeds £3,000 but does not exceed £10,000£479.00 plus £3.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £3,000£515.00 plus £3.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £3,000£541.00 plus £3.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £3,000
(5) exceeds £10,000£710.00 plus £2.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £10,000£763.00 plus £2.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £10,000£801.00 plus £2.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the sum due in excess of £10,000
3On lodging an application under Article 23 (1) of the Order, including one copy of the report: for each respondent£165.00£177.00£186.00
Where an application is made under Article 22 of the Order subsequent to an application under Article 23 (1) of the Order the fee paid under Fee No 2 shall be reduced by the amount of the fee paid under Fee No 3.
4On lodging an application for repossession of land£567.00£610.00£641.00
5On lodging an application for restitution of goods£182.00£196.00£206.00
6On lodging an application under rule 104£22.00£24.00£25.00
7(1) On an application for a search in the register of judgments£9.00£10.00£11.00
(2) Additional payment where the search is carried out by an officer of the court£11.00£12.00£13.00
8On a copy document
(a) 5 sheets or less£6.00£6.00£6.00
(b) for each sheet thereafter£0.50£0.50£0.50
9For a Certificate of Satisfaction£17.00£18£19.00
10On an Administration Order made under Article 80 of the OrderFor every £1.00 of the money paid into the Office in respect of debts due to creditors, 11pFor every £1.00 of the money paid into the Office in respect of debts due to creditors, 12pFor every £1.00 of the money paid into the Office in respect of debts due to creditors, 13p
This fee is payable out of the money paid into the Office
11(i) For the removal, in accordance with a seizure order under Article 31 of the Order, of goods, or taking steps to remove such goods to a place of deposit. This fee includes the reasonable expenses of feeding and caring for animalsThe reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereof
(ii) For any sale by auction of property seized (to cover all the expenses of sale or incurred in connection therewith including valuation, advertisement, auctioneers’ fees)The reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereof
(iii) Where goods are sold otherwise than at auction, for the valuation of the goodsThe reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereofThe reasonable expenses thereof

PART IIJUDGMENT ENFORCEMENT (RECOVERY OF ADMITTED DEBTS) RULES (NORTHERN IRELAND) 1985

Recovery of Certain Debts Without Judgment
Column 1Column 2Column 3
No. of FeeItemAmount of Fee
As from 01/04/17As from 01/04/18As from 01/04/19
12On lodging notice of intention to apply for recovery of debt under rule 8; in respect of each person to be served£17.00£18.00£19.00
13On lodging an application for recovery of debt under Article 95 (1) of the Order; in respect of each debtor£17.00£18.00£19.00
14

On the Chief Enforcement Officer’s direction for recovery of an admitted debt under rule 16 (1): in respect of each debtor

Where the admitted debt—

(1) does not exceed £30033p in the £1.00 less £15.00 Minimum fee £11.00

35p in the £1.00 less £15.00

Minimum fee £12.00

37p in the £1.00 less £15.00

Minimum fee £13.00

(2) exceeds £300 but does not exceed £1,000£90.00 plus £13.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300£97.00 plus £14.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300£102.00 plus £15.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300
(3) exceeds £1,000 but does not exceed £3,000£215.00 plus £9.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000£231.00 plus £10.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000£243.00 plus £11.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000
15On lodging a certificate of corresponding debt under rule 18: in respect of each debtor£17.00£18.00£19.00
16On the Master’s direction for enforcement of corresponding debt under rule 20(1): in respect of each debtor
Where the sum certified as corresponding debt-
(1) does not exceed £30033p in the £1.00 less £15.00 Minimum fee £11.00

35p in the £1.00 less £15.00

Minimum fee £12.00

37p in the £1.00 less £15.00

Minimum fee £13.00

(2) exceeds £300 but does not exceed £1,000£90.00 plus £13.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300£97.00 plus £14.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300£102.00 plus £15.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £300
(3) exceeds £1,000 but does not exceed £3,000£215.00 plus £9.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000£231.00 plus £10.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000£243.00 plus £11.00 per additional £100.00 or part thereof of the debt in excess of £1,000

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