PRECEDENT H AND COSTS BUDGETING: NEW LINKS AND OLD LINKS
There are several posts on this blog which link to guides, articles and assistance on costs budgeting and Precedent H. Here there are several more recent links. The Construction of a Costs Budget is particularly instructive
- One of the most popular posts on the blog is On-line guidance to filling in Form H
- Further updates were provided in Updated Links to filling in Form H and Costs Budgeting
- Guidance is given in Costs Management Hearings and Form H: a useful Schedule
- The blank “Scott Schedule” can be found at Costs Hearing and Form H a blank Schedule
- Checklists can be found in Costs and Costs Budgeting: essential checklists
- There are useful issues discussed in Case Management and Costs budgeting: Guidance from Birmingham Mercantile Court
- Finally it is always helpful to look at Guidance from the Bench on post Jackson litigation, this includes specific links to costs budgeting
- One of my favourite is provided by Lexis Nexis in Construction of a Costs Budget. This takes, very seriously, Jackson L.J’s observation that a costs budget should be conducted like construction. An experienced construction barrister sets out the differences and points to watch. (It is behind a registration wall but not a pay wall).
- Paragon Costs write on Costs Budgets, CCMCs and Consistency
- A NEAT Legal Services on Are Cost Budgets every approved as drawn?
- e a law ponder Precedent H: Unrealistic Figures