Security for costs against a nominal claimant

This practice note provides guidance on how the court will consider an application for security on the ground that there is a nominal claimant (CPR 25.13(2)(f)). For guidance on security for costs in general and the procedure, see Practice notes, Security for costs: an overview and The procedure for applying for security for costs.


 

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