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Thanks for your answer which is very helpful, thank you.
We have just had notice that the court have rejected the application for judgment becasue the defendent has submitted an acknowledegment of service and intends to defend the whole claim. They have submitted their defence now and a counter claim. I have read it and it seems unlikely to succeed but perhaps they are trying to fighten us off.
It seems we need to fight the case at great cost in order to defend our reputation. What are our options now?
They are in England and they are alleging that the goods/services provided were not as originally quoted (ie that they don't function as originally agreed). They are the subject of a payment plan which they paid 3 of 6 payments as per the agreement. None of the invoices in the plan have been disputed until this point. The invoices on the plan date back to no later than 31/08/12 and as far back as 17/02/12. Some of the invoices they are raising in dispute are not even in the plan.