In Scotland court fees for European Payment Orders are regulated by the:
Schedule 2, Part II, paragraph 6 applies to European Payment Orders from 1 April 2019.
Schedule 3, Part II, paragraph 6 applies to European Payment Orders from 1 April 2020.
Electronic payment of fees is not possible.
Lodging of a European Payment Order in Form A of the EU Regulation 1896/2006 at court requires payment of one fee which covers all court procedures.
Representation by a solicitor is not usually required and the court fee does not include any solicitors’ fees, or the cost of service of the papers on the defender.
There is no fee for lodging a statement of opposition in Form F.
The fee for lodging of a European Payment Order at court is £129 sterling.
In terms of article 8 of the Sheriff Court Fees Order 2018, Scottish Statutory Instrument 2018/481 as amended, a party may be entitled to fee exemption, for example if they are entitled to certain state benefits, or entitled to civil legal aid.
The court does not accept the application, and is not required to do anything without a fee being paid, in terms of paragraph 3 of the Sheriff Court Fees Order 2018, Scottish Statutory Instrument 2018/481, as amended.
Court fees can be paid by:
The court accepts the lodging of the application papers in Form A of the EU Regulation 1896/2006 with the payment. The papers and payment should be brought or sent to the court at the same time. The court will then give or send out Form B, C, D or E as the next step in the process. No payment evidence is required.
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