No appeal has ever been made, the amounts claimed have never been defended or argued, I had no idea that this was going to happen, when the man served the formal demand I questioned the fact that it was based on assessments which were incorrect, please note the correct returns for these years have been acknowledge received, but they have not adjusted the high amounts claimed in there assessments. and they have also added interest on the assessment figures to the present day.
Sadly I think because you have had 10 years to appeal and dispute the figure when you go back after the adjournment the Judge is not going to have any power not to grant the Order.
This is because if an appeal had been in progress or there was a genuine dispute that was going through say the Tax Tribunal a Court would be able to adjourn.
But just saying you disagree sadly is not enough
If HMRC are not playing ball you need to go to their offices and refuse to leave until it is sorted out.
If you go high enough in an organisation someone will always be there to help you.
Sadly if the claim is issued in the High Court you have to attend there unless you make an application to have it transferred to your local Court.
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want but based on the fact you have not challenged the sums or taken no legal advice, this is certainly not the answer I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
make an application to have it transferred to your local Court.
an appeal had been in progress or there was a genuine dispute that was going through say the Tax Tribunal
I do not understand what your questions about this is?
So how do I appeal, and get this into a local court.
You need to make a formal application to have it transferred.
In terms of any appeal, it may now be too late because it has been so long
You write to HMRC and ask for a re-consideration of the tax due
Is there any wording which would be acceptable. Remember the original formal demand which claimed the assessments, I understand I missed the opportunity deadline of is it 18 days. how do I get it back into court for a proper hearing now.
You need to make an application as I have said.
There is no form of wording as such - you just need to write and ask for a re-determination and say why you think it is wrong
To whom am i making the application
The Court to transfer it
Therefore the Court in London
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Your suggesting i write to the judge in london and include a application to have the matter transferred to a local court I wouldn't know how to do that or what to write
No, you make an application to the London Court.
You can not write to the Judge you need to make an application
where can i get the wording and application
It is form 7.1a if you google search it
You just say you want to transferred and why
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