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Guidance for using Money Claim Online

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Statement of truth

A statement of truth normally has to be signed by the person providing the information on the document. To sign a statement of truth on MCOL, you need to type your name and, where appropriate, your position or office if signing on behalf of a company or firm. Electronic signatures are acceptable under paragraph 10 of Practice Direction 7E of the Civil Procedure Rules.

By completing a statement of truth, whether online or on paper, you are certifying that the information provided is true. A person who completes a statement of truth without an honest belief in the truth of the information given is liable to proceedings for contempt of court – see Civil Procedure Rule 32.14

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