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No - is that going to be a problem?
When was the hearing date please?
Thursday 26th June - 1 week ago
Ok - that is ok.
You have 21 days to appeal the decision
You have to request a copy of the transcript
You do this on Form EX107
You then need to complete and file an Appellants notice before day 21
You complete form N161
You can only appeal if there has been an:
1) an error in law
2) there has been an error in procedure
3) the decision made was one which no reasonable Judge could have made
You need to apply for PERMISSION to appeal on the papers first
If this is refused you can ask for an oral hearing
if this is refused then you can appeal to the Court of appeal
If the permission is granted then you go on to the substantive appeal to show why the Judge got it wrong
The Judge can overturn the decision and either make his own or remit it back for further hearing
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
I will look at the relevant forms and request the transcript - i assume this is of the Judgment not the whole hearing
Can I come back to you if I need further support?