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Court fees concerning Small Claims procedure - Malta


Introduction

What fees are applicable?

How much should I pay?

What happens if I do not pay the court fees on time?

How can I pay the court fees?

What should I do after payment?

Introduction

The Court fees applicable to this procedure are as follows:

Tariff A of the Second Schedule of Subsidiary Legislation 380.01, Small Claims Tribunal Rules.

Art. 2 of Tariff B of Chapter 12 of the Laws of Malta, the Code of Organization and Civil Procedure.

Payment of Registry fees cannot be done electronically.

What fees are applicable?

Form A - Claims Form

Form C - Reply Form

Form D - Certificate of a judgment in the European Small Claims Procedure

How much should I pay?

Form A - Claims Form: EUR 40.00 Registry fee and EUR 7.20 for notification of each defendant.

Form C - Reply Form: EUR 25.00 Registry fee and EUR 7.20 for notification

Form D - Certificate of a judgment in the European Small Claims Procedure: EUR 20.00 Registry fee

What happens if I do not pay the court fees on time?

The Form is not processed until payment is made.

How can I pay the court fees?

You can pay the court fees into the following bank account:

Name of Account Holder

MALTA GOVERNMENT CASHIER

IBAN (International Bank Account)

MT55MALT011000040001EURCMG5001H

National Bank Key

SORT CODE 01100

Account Number

40001EUR-CMG5-001-H

BIC/SWIFT code

MALTMTMT

Bank name

CENTRAL BANK OF MALTA

Bank address

CASTILLE PLACE

VALLETTA

MALTA

Currency of account

EURO

What should I do after payment?

You produce a receipt issued by the Bank through which the transaction was made.


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Last update: 08/04/2020