Thank you. I will await your reply.
The most cost effective way is to do this yourself.
You need to complete form N1
The matter is then issued and you go before a Judge and make your case.
A Judge decides if the matter is contested whether to make an interim order and give directions
If the application is not opposed then it can be made final
But you can do this yourself and just pay the Court fees
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thank you for your reply.
Yes, I do have a few more questions. Firstly, do I need to inform this gentleman that I am taking out an injunction?
Secondly, please explain what 'the matter is then issued' means. Thirdly, when I make 'my case' before the judge are there specific things I can and can't say?
Another question. If I get the injunction and this gentleman still persists in laying tarmac what are my rights bearing in mind my limited finances? I fear that this type of person has no respect for the law and basically does as he pleases so what would be the course of action? Thank you.
Can you also give me an idea on the costs of 'Court fees'. Thank you again for your help.
Thank you very much for your reply.
I'm sorry if I seem a bit ignorant but I want to make sure I understand the procedure. You have been very helpful with your information especially with regards XXXXX XXXXX forms I need to fill in. I have a couple more questions. How long does it take to get the actual injunction once I apply for it? Do you advice me to employ a solicitor at any time to help with this application or do you feel confident that I will be able to do this myself? It seems a relatively straight forward procedure but I know ' the law of unintended consequences' can sometimes rear its ugly head. If you think I will need a solicitor can you tell me where I can go to find one that deals with these particular matters. I live near Worcester. (The gentleman I want the injunction placed upon employs the infamous gypsy solicitor. I think his name isXXXXX good at his job and very ruthless).
I would suggest at the hearing to have a Solicitor. If you do and win then yuo can claim costs back
Can I clarify anything else?
Can you give an idea of how long it takes once the papers are submitted for the case too be heard and is the injunction
put in place straight away. The time scale is that the land is going to planning in the middle of May I think. If I submit this paperwork to the court in Worcester on Tuesday what would roughly be the time scale?
It will take around 14 days to get a time
It really depends on lisitings
But generally within 2 weeks for an interim hearing
Thank you so mu ch for your help. I think all my questions have been answered.
Have a good day.