Security for costs: an overview

This practice note provides an overview of security for costs applications in civil proceedings. It covers the general issues to be considered when applying for security for costs and how a court will decide whether to make an order. More detailed guidance on particular aspects of this topic, and the procedural requirements for applications, are dealt with in separate practice notes.

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