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The Courts and Tribunals Fee Remissions Order 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Amendments

  4. 3.Amendments to the Non-Contentious Probate Fees Order 2004

  5. 4.Amendments to the Gender Recognition (Application Fees) Order 2006

  6. 5.Amendments to the Court of Protection Fees Order 2007

  7. 6.Amendments to the Civil Proceedings Fees Order 2008

  8. 7.Amendments to the Supreme Court Fees Order 2009

  9. 8.Amendments to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Fees Order 2009

  10. 9.Amendments to the First-tier Tribunal (Gambling) Fees Order 2010

  11. 10.Amendments to the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (Judicial Review) (England and Wales) Fees Order 2011

  12. 11.Amendments to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) Fees Order 2013

  13. 12.Amendments to the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013

  14. 13.Transitional provisions

  15. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Remissions and Part Remissions

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Fee remission

      3. Disposable capital test

        1. 3.Disposable capital test

        2. 4.Subject to paragraph 14, if a party or their partner...

        3. 5.Disposable capital

        4. 6.Disposable capital - non-money resources

        5. 7.Disposable capital - resources held outside the United Kingdom

        6. 8.Disposable capital - foreign currency resources

        7. 9.Disposable capital - jointly owned resources

        8. 10.Excluded disposable capital

      4. Gross monthly income test

        1. 11.Remission of fees—gross monthly income

        2. 12.Gross monthly income cap

        3. 13.Gross monthly income

      5. General

        1. 14.Resources and income treated as the party’s resources and income

        2. 15.Application for remission of a fee

        3. 16.Remission in exceptional circumstances

        4. 17.Refunds

        5. 18.Legal Aid

        6. 19.Vexatious litigants

        7. 20.Exceptions

  16. Explanatory Note

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