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I am unsure, I don't think so, the court helped me fill it out.
In that case they they can enforce it pending appeal.
You needed to have asked for a stay on enforcement pending consideration.
But in reality you can apply to set aside the statutory demand which you need to do within 18 days.
Once you apply to set it aside, that halts that process. Then if there is a statutory demand hearing you should know by then whether your appeal has been successful - if not then you will have to pay the debt, if it has been then you will not.
But you should apply to set it aside asap
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Can I amend an appeal application?
1) Currently there is only a warning that a statutory demand will be issued, is it too late to amend the appeal and asked for a stay on enforcement pending consideration?2) If it is too late, how do I set aside a Statutory Demand (what form do I need?)
How would I ask the judge to amend the appeal application, is their a specific form for this?
Hi thank you for your help before. I have another question regarding this to ask
I had a date to serve disclosure by to the claimant, but I had nothing else to disclose as I was relying on their file and the documents I had already disclosed in my defence. Is it acceptable that I just wrote to them a few days before I was ordered to serve disclosure to tell them that I have nothing to disclose? They have said I haven't kept to the order even though I wrote to them and told them I had nothing else to disclose? I have written to them to remind them of this letter as they have now put in an application to strike off my defence on the basis that I have not complied with the order for disclosure. What is the best thing for me to do or say to them?
Did I do the correct thing to address me not submitting disclosure?