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Court fees concerning Small Claims procedure - Sweden

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Introduction

What fees are applicable?

How much shall I pay?

What happens if I don't pay court fees in a timely manner?

How can I pay the court fees?

What shall I do after the payment?

Introduction

‘The application fee shall be charged with the following amount at the beginning of each of the following:

Category A:....... SEK 900 (1)/.../civil proceedings under Regulation (EC) No 861/2007 of 11 July 2007 establishing a European Small Claims Procedure” (Annex to Regulation (1987: 452) on fees before the ordinary courts).

The application fee shall be paid to the court seised with the application. There is currently no possibility to pay the fee electronically via a web page.

(1) The amount applies from 1 July 2014. 

What fees are applicable?

In the case of the small claims procedure, only one application fee shall be due to be paid at the time the application is lodged with the court. No additional procedural or procedural fees are charged.

How much shall I pay?

The total amount of the procedure is the application fee which, after 1 July 2014, amounts to SEK 900.

What happens if I don't pay court fees in a timely manner?

If you do not pay the application fee, after having been proposed to complete the application by payment, the case will be rejected and the court will not examine your application. It is possible to submit a new application for the same cause of action after a rejection.

How can I pay the court fees?

The application fee is payable either by way of cash or card payment at the reception of the Court of Justice or via the Court of First Instance (Plus) of the Court of First Instance. Link opens in new windowThese are the contact details of the courts and details of the account number.

What shall I do after the payment?

After the payment has been made, you do not have to take any measures and, as a general rule, do not provide proof of payment. The court matches the payments made with the applications submitted to the Court. In order to facilitate the matching of your application with your payment, please indicate your full name and the counterparty’s full name when making the payment. Always save the confirmation message which can be used, if necessary, to trace a payment.


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Last update: 18/09/2019