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hi i will try and help.
can you just clarify, what was the amount of original judgement? (i.e the one that was upheld in your hearing to set aside) and what is the exact amount to have paid to date?
All the amounts paid in order of payment have been
including offers by me 1. £250 cheque sent but refused, 2. £350 offer refused 3. £400 paid by cheque sent special delivery on 8.6.13 arrived 10.5.13, and £450 paid by bank transfer on 11.5.13 before deadline of 12.5.13. ie by 12.5.13 they had potentially £850. I had been asking for clarification about the time spent on my business. This had never been responded to until after payment of the transfer. The time was 4 hours.
The £400 cheque was returned to me in August. The Judgement required me to pay £510.00 which was paid immediately after the set aside hearing of 16.10.13 ie 18.10.13 and came out of my account on 25.10.13. Therefore, the total I have paid, excluding court fees is £960.
Thank you Matt, what a blunderbuss this law machine is. To the point of actually being a tool of harassment itself and therefore eating it's tail. So what went wrong, not being able to make contact with the court in Northampton because I was not there to receive paperwork which could have been sent by email, the address in Scotland being still being considered part of the English legal System, the taking care of hospitalised parents elsewhere, the not making a complaint at a moment of great anxiety, being financially disadvantaged by the judgement for a further 5 years. All because the Court's time is more important than the individual citizens who invests in the process to their own disadvantage. The group taking care of the group yet again. Not a lot more to say is there except time for a change of attitude which I suppose has to be mine given the blindness of the courts and the shackles of the judges . I will be seeing citizens advice with the evidence but given you do not hold out much hope however, I am curious to explore the incongruence further. Thanks