New Court of Protection Electronic Bill of Costs - Q&A

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  • Released 7th Aug 2023
  • Christine Marsh and Danielle Walker
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Christine Marsh and Danielle Walker look at some frequently asked questions in relation to the new Court of Protection Electronic Bill of Costs.

This webinar includes the difference between an electronic bill of costs and a paper bill of costs, and how user-friendly the electronic bill is. They talk through the assessment process and the information required, the e-filing of the electronic bill and supporting documents and they also cover post assessment work and the final costs certificate as well as answering some other questions in relation to the new bill.

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Learning objectives:

  • What is an electronic bill of costs
  • Advantages of using an electronic bill of costs
  • Additional information required for use within an Electronic Bill of Costs
  • How to e-file an Electronic Bill of Costs and accompanying documents/files

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Christine Marsh

Private Client Director

Paramount Legal Costs

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Danielle Walker

Costs Lawyer

Paramount Legal Costs Limited

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