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Contacting The Courts

Contacting the Technology and Construction Court out of hours in relation to the Technology and Construction Court

Occasionally it is necessary to contact a Technology and Construction Court judge out of hours. For example, it may be necessary to apply for an injunction to prevent the commencement of building works which will damage adjoining property; or for an order to preserve evidence. A case may have settled and it may be necessary to inform the judge, before he/she spends an evening or a weekend reading the papers.

At the Rolls Building

RCJ Security has been provided with the telephone numbers and other contact information of all the clerks to the Technology and Construction Court judges based at the Rolls Building and and their clerks and of the Technology and Construction Court manager. If contact is required with a judge out of hours, the initial approach should be to RCJ Security on 020-7947-6000. Security will then contact the judge’s clerk and/or the Technology and Construction Court manager and pass on the message or other information. If direct contact with the judge or court manager is sought, RCJ Security must be provided with an appropriate contact number. This number will then be passed to the judge’s clerk and/or the Technology and Construction Court manager, who will seek directions from the judge whether it is appropriate for the judge to speak directly with the contacting party.

At other court centres

At the Central London Civil Justice Centre and at all court centres outside London there is a court officer who deals with out of hours applications.



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