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Melloy & Anor v UK Insurance Ltd [2002] EW Misc 4 (CC)

Where there is more than one claimant in a SIIIA claim, each party is entitled to a set of SIIIA fixed costs

West v Burton [2021] EWCA Civ 1005

(SIIIA costs do not apply where the claimant dies whilst the claim is in the Portal)


Coleman v Townsend (Master Haworth, SCCO, 13.07.20)

(What disbursements can be allowed post-Cham in SIIIA cases)


Hislop v Perde; Kaur v Committee (for the time being) of Ramgarhia Board Leicester [2018] EWCA Civ 1726

(No indemnity costs on late acceptance of a Part 36 where SIIIA applies)


Broadhurst v Tan; Taylor v Smith [2016] EWCA Civ 94

(SIIIA Indemnity costs are hourly rate not fixed)


Qader v Esure Services Ltd [2016] EWCA Civ 1109

(Exception to SIIIA costs where allocated to multi-track)


Sharp v Leeds City Council [2017] EWCA Civ 33

(SIIIA fixed costs for interim applications apply even for Pre-Action Disclosure applications)


Bird v Acorn [2016] EWCA Civ 1096

(Re stage of fixed costs)


Chapman v Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

(A court has the power to vary quantum of fixed SIIIA costs for conduct)


Petit v MIB v 5 Ors

(Where claim not properly started in the Portal, SIIIA costs did not follow)


Cham (by their Litigation Friend, Laura Martin) v Aldred

(Deals with disbursements under SIIIA)

Santiago v MIB [2023] EWCA Civ 838

(Interpreter's fees are recoverable under SIIIA)

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