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Directions Questionnaire

If we take your debtor to Litigation with regards to your Bad Debt, they may dispute the claim. If this is the case then it is almost inevitable that the Judge will order that an Directions Questionnaire will have to be filled out.

There is NO fee for submitting this Questionnaire.

If your claim is under £10000.00 you will be allocated into the 'Small Claims'.

If your claim is between £10000.00 and £25000.00 you will be allocated to the ‘Fast Track’

Claims for over £25000.00 will be allocated to the ‘Multi Track'.

A Directions Questionnaire is a number of questions which help the court in arranging a hearing. There are 2 types of Directions Questionnaire and they depend on what "Track" your case has been categorized as.

If your claim is classed as "Small Claims", then the Directions Questionnaire Form will be Form n180, Click Here to download a copy of the Form. There are notes on the Right hand side of the form to explain what each section means.

If your claim is classed as "Fast Track" or "Multi Track", then the Directions Questionnaire Form will be Form n180, Click Here to download a copy of the Form. There are notes on the Right hand side of the form to explain what each section means.

Click Here to go back to the Litigation Disputed Debts Page.

Download forms

page_white_acrobat n180-Small-Claims-Directions-Questionnaire.pdf
page_white_acrobat n181-Fast---Multi-Track-Directions-Questionnaire.pdf



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