The Commercial Division provides fast, cost-effective and fair resolution of commercial disputes.
The Commercial Division Registry acts as a liaison between the judiciary, the legal profession and court users.
Parties can request a directions hearing if they are unable to resolve a matter in its preliminary stages.
There is a range of guidance material if you decide to represent yourself in court proceedings.
In certain circumstances Commercial proceedings between the Magistrates, County and Supreme courts can be transferred.
A default judgment is an order made against the defendant(s) in the event they fail to respond to the claims made by the plaintiff.
If the payment of money, land or goods remains outstanding, the creditor is entitled to apply to the court to enforce the judgment or order against the debtor.
As part of the Court’s commitment to the International Framework for Court Excellence, the Commercial Division publishes updates on its quarterly performance.