Security for costs against a claimant out of the jurisdiction

This practice note provides specific guidance as to how the court will consider an application for security on the ground that the claimant is out of the jurisdiction (CPR rule 25.13 2 (a)).To be read alongside Practice note, Security for costs: an overview and Practice note, The procedure for applying for security for costs.
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