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If I have applied to set aside a default judgement on a

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if I have applied to set aside a default judgement on a counterclaim , does it mean I do not need to pay the monies for this order was obtained through a default judgement claiming no reply to counterclaim,until the hearing to set aside judgement has taken place, which I am confident will allow me to defend the counterclaim. Is there any other application I should make other than set aside a default judgement to ensure other party doesn't make a demand for this sum , I have applied for no order as to costs . For example Defendants/builders solicitors have often managed to put a bar in place? to prevent me from obtaining a judgement against them without a hearing?

Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ash replied 2 years ago.
If you have applied to set the judgment in the counter claim aside you need to wait to see what the hearing of that is. It may be and I only say may be , liable for the cost of that hearing.
Whilst there is an application and hearing date the other side are unlikely to try and enforce it, there would be no point.
Alex
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Expert:  Ash replied 2 years ago.
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