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Costs and N260

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06 Dec 2020 21:41 #515019 by .Charles
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The H1 details all costs of the financial remedy proceedings whereas the N260 is for costs you are seeking from the other side so the N260 is likely to be a portion of the costs already detailed in the H1.

There is no space on the H1 for LIP costs and I suggest you put these in the current solicitor section. Add a note to the form to make it clear e.g. "(includes LIP costs)".

You can detail costs of previously instructed solicitors in the previous solicitors section.

Charles

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