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RE: Civil Appeals - Registry postmaster: email received - DO NOT REPLY CA-2022-0015063

RE: Civil Appeals - Registry postmaster: email received - DO NOT REPLY CA-2022-0015063

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Civil Appeals - Registry <civilappeals.registry@justice.gov.uk>

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'Shantanu Panigrahi'

Fri, 19 Aug at 11:53

Dear Sir,


It is not possible for the Judiciary of the Court of Appeal to intervene in these matters. Mr Shantanu must apply to the County Court, in the normal way, for either a fee refund or for permission to appeal the order made by DJ Lightman. We cannot assist further.

With Regards

Ms Sybil Pratt

Civil Appeals Office| Room E308 | Royal Courts of Justice | Strand | London | WC2A 2LL | DX 44456 Strand |

Phone: 0207 947 7784

Email: civilappeals.registry@justice.gov.uk

Web: www.gov.uk/hmcts

For information on how HMCTS uses personal data about you please see:

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/personal-information-charter


From: Shantanu Panigrahi [mailto:shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com]

Sent: 02 August 2022 20:18

To: Civil Appeals - Registry

Subject: Fw: Civil Appeals - Registry postmaster: email received - DO NOT REPLY


Dear Sir


With Regards to the Claimant’s Discontinuance of Injunction and Money Claims Application as attached: Document_2022-05-13_152026.pdf, £100 Court Fee was paid to the County Court of Central London in respect of the Appeal of the attached Court Order: Central London County Court Order 21 June 2021 (District Judge Lightman).pdf, which has still to be refunded to me by HMCTS, so kindly endorse the application to Discontinue the civil proceedings utilising this Court Fee as I am broke.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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From: Civil Appeals - Registry <civilappeals.registry@justice.gov.uk>

To: Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

Sent: Tuesday, 2 August 2022 at 19:50:49 BST

Subject: Civil Appeals - Registry postmaster: email received - DO NOT REPLY


For Professional Users

Please note that from Monday 14th February 2022 it is now mandatory for all professional users to submit all applications/correspondence via E-Filing.

HMCTS E-Filing service for citizens and professionals - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

FAQs on using the Courts Electronic Filing System (CE-File) | Practical Law (thomsonreuters.com)

For Unrepresented Parties only

URGENT applications should be submitted to the court via email to this address: civilappeals.urgentwork@justice.gov.uk between 9am and 4.15 pm

What may be deemed as urgent:

Cases where in the interests of justice a substantive decision is required within 7 days. The types of work listed below fall into this category

· Child cases

· Committal appeals

· Applications for stay of removal

· Evictions

· Cases (including ancillary applications) with a hearing listed in the Court of Appeal within the next month

· Applications for an urgent stay of execution

· Covid-19 related cases e.g. medical guidance regarding priority patients

This auto response is confirmation that your email has been received. Staff will follow the internal processes that have been established to process your application as quickly as possible.

NON URGENT applications should be emailed to: civilappeals.registry@justice.gov.uk

This auto response is confirmation that your email has been received and you will not receive a separate acknowledgement. Your application will be dealt with as the court increases its capacity to manage new non urgent work.

All appellant’s notices will be accepted in the first instance on the basis that they may be rejected at a later date for want of jurisdiction.

Fresh applications for permission to appeal must include:

· a completed appellant’s notice (form N161);

· grounds of appeal on a separate sheet;

· The appropriate court fee via your PBA account, a completed Help with Fees form (EX160) or by contacting the *RCJ Fees Office (see attached)

· a copy of the sealed order being appealed.

· A transcript of judgment should also be provided if available (or should be ordered immediately)

The public counter at E307 (Registry) remains closed, however a drop box facility is available at the main entrance into the Royal Courts of Justice.

Once the appellant’s notice is issued, all queries should continue to be emailed to the following addresses:

Civilappeals.cmsa@justice.gov.uk

Civilappeals.cmsb@justice.gov.uk

Civilappeals.cmsc@justice.gov.uk

Civilappeals.listing@justice.gov.uk

Civilappeals.associates@justice.gov.uk

The court will issue orders electronically in the first instance.


For information on how HMCTS uses personal data about you please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/personal-information-charter

Customer feedback

The Court of Appeal – Civil Division accepts online complaints through the HMCTS online complaint form: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/complaints-procedure

The online customer feedback system has been designed to help customers make an administrative complaint through the HM Courts & Tribunals Service process. It will also help us to learn from customer feedback to feed into possible improvements to the way we work.

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