thank you Alex. I think I asked for a stay on costs. Will you be able to lay out the possible strategy for me? thank you. Trevor
yes, but I was referring to the list of items have not yet actioned on. i.e. how do I go about getting my Aunt Margaret's items (at least) or damages or some legal consequences to not giving them back to me? Thank you. I learn something every time. Trevor
My claim was just about the furniture, which has a financial value, and I think it either gets an appeal or not. Moving on I want, at least to pursue my Aunts stuff, and hopefully the lot,even for the assets. Is the small claim court the right place for this? A lot of the most important stuff has little financial value, so how do I get them treated seriously? Thank you, Trevor
This is a new concept. I use the small claims court to ask for my Aunts items, that Miss Hale says she has not got. I don't remember a box for this on the Nxxx form.
It wont be on the claim form. In order to enforce you need to make an application to commit.
Does that help?
It is late, so I don't expect you to answer today. I really do not understand what you are saying I should do, but it does sound promising. I will look it up on google. Thanks again, ***** the Magistrates court I was Aquitted on violent entry, I accepted a restraining order and thirdly there was something about an forced sale of the house which, at the time, I took to mean that she was obliged to proceed with the sale of the house.
Is the 3rd point correct, and if so, how do I go about getting the house sold?
The Court is unlikely to order the sale of a house in the Magistrates Court
That is only for the County Court.
But if you want the house sold you can apply to the County Court for that
You need to apply for an order for sale.
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