PCOL is a simple, convenient and secure way of making or responding to certain types of possession claim on the Internet.
A Civil Procedure Rules Practice Direction governs the type of claims that can be issued using the PCOL service. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with this and the contents of the User Guide before commencing issue.
With PCOL you can keep an eye on the status of your Claim, Judgment and/or Warrant.
You will be asked to pay the fees to issue Claims and Warrants online by Debit or Credit Card. If you use this service regularly you may be able to register to pay fees by Direct Debit.
PCOL has been designed to be easy to use from a computer and is supported by a Customer Help Desk.
Court diaries for claims issued within PCOL are viewable online. Click this link if you are interested in viewing the Court Diary.
Please note: Interim workaround following the Court of Appeal judgment in Cardiff v Lee (Flowers)http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2016/1034.htmlIf you are making a request to the court to issue a warrant of possession in respect of a matter where a suspended possession order has been made in respect of payments against rent or a mortgage please use form N325A and file together with the fee and material requested at the appropriate hearing centre.The request should not be made through PCOL and must be made in paper format.If you are making a request to the court to issue a warrant of possession for any other reason please continue to use form N325.Form Finder: https://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/HMCTS/FormFinder.doAny queries, please email email@example.com
To start using Possession Claim Online, please choose one of the following options:
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If you do not have a login for the PCOL service, you can register as a new user and start using the service immediately.You should familiarise yourself with the contents of the next page prior to completing your online registration.
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