Court fees concerning European Payment Order procedure

Introduction

Which fees are applicable?

How much shall I pay?

What happens if I do not pay the court fees on time?

How can I pay the court fees?

What should I do after payment?

Introduction

The fees applicable to this procedure are stipulated in Article 1(2), Article 2 and Article 13(1) of Tariff B of Cap 12 of the Laws of Malta, Code of Organisation and Civil Procedure.

The registry fee cannot be paid by electronic means.

Which fees are applicable?

Payment is required in relation to the following forms:

Form A – Application for a European Order for Payment

Form D – Decision to reject the application for a European Order for Payment

Form E – European Order for Payment

Form F – Opposition to a European Order for Payment

Form G – Declaration of Enforceability

How much do I need to pay?

Form A – Application for a European Order for Payment: EUR 30.00 registry fee and EUR 7.20 for each notification to the defendant(s) and to the claimant of Form D or E

Form F – Opposition to a European Order for Payment: EUR 30.00 registry fee and EUR 7.20 for each notification to the claimant

Form G – Declaration of Enforceability: EUR 20.00 registry fee

What happens if I do not pay the court fees on time?

The Form will not be processed until payment is effected

How can I pay the court fees?

Payment of court fees can be made to the following bank account:

Name of Account Holder

CASHIER MALTA GOVERNMENT

IBAN (International Bank Account)

MT55MALT011000040001EURCMG5001H

National Bank Key

SORT CODE 01100

Account Number

40001EUR-CMG5-001-H

BIC/SWIFT code

MALTMTMT

Bank name

CENTRAL BANK OF MALTA

Bank address

CASTILLE PLACE
VALLETTA
MALTA

Currency of account

EURO

What should I do after payment?

You should present the receipt issued by the Bank through which the transaction was made.

Last update: 31/03/2020

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