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The type of form required to start a county court claim will depend on what type of claim you are bringing. In most cases, such a claim for recovery of money or goods, you will need you follow the Part 7 procedure as set out in the Civil Procedure Rules or CPR and use the appropriate Part 7 forms.

However, if you are bringing a Part 8 claim or a possession claim, different forms need to be used when starting a county court claim and these are set out below:

Part 7 county court Claims

  • N1 – Part 7 county court Claim Form
  • N1A – Notes for claimant on completing a county court claim form
  • N1SDT – Part 7 Claim Form for use in the Claim Production Centre and Money Claim OnLine

Part 8 county court Claims

  • N208 – Part 8 county court Claim Form
  • N208A – Notes for claimant on completing a Part 8 county court Claim Form
  • N206 – Notice of issue (fixed date summons)

Part 55 Possession Claims

  • N5 – county court Claim form for possession of property
  • N206B – Notice of issue (possession claims)
  • N5B – county court Claim form for possession of property (accelerated possession procedure)
  • N6 – Claim for demotion of tenancy / suspension of right to buy
  • N7A – Notes for defendant to a county court claim (rented residential property)
  • N7D – Notes for defendant to a county court claim (demotion / suspension claim)
  • N11D – Defence form to a county court claim for a demotion order
  • N119 – Particulars of Claim for possession to a county court claim (rented residential premises)
  • N119A – Notes for guidance on completing particulars of county court claim (rented residential premises)
  • N206A – Notice of issue to a county court claim (accelerated possession procedure) (Assured Shorthold Tenancy)
  • N120 – Particulars of Claim for possession (mortgaged residential premises)
  • N7 – Notes for defendant to a county court claim (mortgaged residential property)
  • N5A – county court Claim form for relief against forfeiture
  • N7B – Notes for defendant to a county court claim (forfeiture of the lease)
  • N121 – Particulars of county court claim for possession (trespassers)
  • N130 – Application for possession in a county court claim including application for interim possession order

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