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Appendix B CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES, COMMERCIAL COURT GUIDE AND PRACTICE DIRECTIONS

Arbitration Law

Chapter B CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES, COMMERCIAL COURT GUIDE AND PRACTICE DIRECTIONS B.1 CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1998 PART 6 SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS I Scope of this Part and Interpretation Part 6 rules about service apply generally Rule 6.1  Interpretation Rule 6.2  II Service of the Claim Form in the Jurisdiction Methods of service Rule 6.3 Who is to serve the claim form Rule 6.4 Personal service Rule 6.5 Where to serve the claim form—general provisions Rule 6.6 Service of the claim form on a solicitor Rule 6.7 Service of the claim form where the defendant gives an address at which the defendant may be served Rule 6.8 Service of the claim form where the defendant does not give an address at which the defendant may be served Rule 6.9 Service of the claim form in proceedings against the Crown Rule 6.10 Service of the claim form by contractually agreed method Rule 6.11 Service of the claim form relating to a contract on an agent of a principal who is out of the jurisdiction Rule 6.12 Service of the claim form on children and protected parties Rule 6.13 Deemed service Rule 6.14 Service of the claim form by an alternative method or at an alternative place Rule 6.15 Power of court to dispense with service of the claim form Rule 6.16 Notice and certificate of service relating to the claim form Rule 6.17 Notification of outcome of postal service by the court Rule 6.18 Notice of non-service by bailiff Rule 6.19 III Service of Documents other than the Claim Form in the United Kingdom Methods of service Rule 6.20 Who is to serve Rule 6.21 Personal service Rule 6.22 Address for service Rule 6.23 Change of address for service Rule 6.24 Service on children and protected parties Rule 6.25 Deemed service Rule 6.26 Service by an alternative method or at an alternative place Rule 6.27 Power to dispense with service Rule 6.28 Certificate of service Rule 6.29 IV Service of the Claim Form and other Documents out of the Jurisdiction Scope of this section Rule 6.30 Interpretation Rule 6.31 Service of the claim form where the permission of the court is not required—Scotland and Northern Ireland Rule 6.32 Service of the claim form where the permission of the court is not required—out of the United Kingdom Rule 6.33 Notice of statement of grounds where the permission of the court is not required for service Rule 6.34 Period for responding to the claim form where permission was not required for service Rule 6.35 Service of the claim form where the permission of the court is required Rule 6.36 Application for permission to serve the claim form out of the jurisdiction Rule 6.37 Service of documents other than the claim form—permission Rule 6.38 Service of application notice on a non-party to the proceedings Rule 6.39 Methods of service—general provisions Rule 6.40 Service in accordance with the Service Regulation Rule 6.41 Service through foreign governments, judicial authorities and British Consular authorities Rule 6.42 Procedure where service is to be through foreign governments, judicial authorities and British Consular authorities Rule 6.43 Service of claim form or other document on a State Rule 6.44 Translation of claim form or other document Rule 6.45 Undertaking to be responsible for expenses Rule 6.46 Proof of service before obtaining judgment Rule 6.47 V Service of Documents from Foreign Courts or Tribunals Scope of this section Rule 6.48 Interpretation Rule 6.49 Request for service Rule 6.50 Method of service Rule 6.51 After service Rule 6.52 I SCOPE OF THIS PART AND INTERPRETATION Part 6 rules about service apply generally 6.1 This Part applies to the service of documents, except where:

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