I have time till 15th June
sorry 18th June
I could not. Becouse I was entering the court and the guard said still not called so I wen upstairs and waited. Then the defence attorney came and told me the judgement is passed nothing I can do
I attended 2 hearing prior to this
FYI though may help you reply me, Capital £4000 + Interest £3500 for 96 months. I paid £2200 so far. Demandwas £ 5828. My defence was creditor demanding full 96 months interest in advance and putting interest on top £412 + solicitor fees. What are mychances
Hope I am not disturbing you
r u still online
Hi Alex, I have not received any answer for my question yet. Would appreciate if you could let me know what action I should take
If you are on holiday would you connect to some other experts to help me
If i don't take action or pay the full amount before 14th June it will go on the register . Your early reply is much appreciated
These are the choices you have
You should have informed the Court you were going to be late.
You can apply to set aside the matter
You need to use a Form N244 available here:
However although this is apply to set aside the Court may dismiss the application because there was an actual hearing
Because there was a hearing the normal route would be an appeal
Therefore you should try the Judge as some Judges refuse to hear an application to set aside if there has been a hearing
Otherwise you need to appeal the decision which you can do if:
1) there was an error in law
2) there was an error in Court procedure
3) the decision made was one which no reasonable Judge could have made
You need to complete form N161
You need to ask the Court for permission to appeal first. If this is refused you can ask for an oral hearing for permission
If the oral permission is refused that is the end of the case
But if you get oral permission you can then pursue the substantive appeal
So try set aside first then followed by appeal
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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