County Courts Act 1984

The County Courts Act 1984 , " An Act to consolidate certain enactments reading to country courts ". The Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom , the Act replaced the County Courts Act 1959 . These courts are a type of inferior court in the court system of England and Wales . 

Section 15 of the Act limits the type of case which can be heard by a county court, the most important being libel and slander , an action for which may only be taken in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice . Section 69 of the Act enables a claimant to receive interest on sums awarded by the court . 

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