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We went to court on the 15th October 2014 giving the claimant possession on or before the 15th December 2014.
no we didnt defend it, we went to court on the 15th October and it was our first time in court re the possession, we wanted to defend it but on asking to put forward our views we werent allowed, he just dismissed us and gave us 6 weeks to sell the house..we didnt take a solicitor with us. Is this what you mean?
We dont really understand what you are asking..we attended court on 15th October 2014, which was when the judgement was made. As I previously said we didnt get a chance to defend ourselves, we asked to put our points across and show him some photos of works that we had been doing to the house to prepare it for sale but he wouldnt look at them, the whole session lasted about 10 mins and we didnt get to speak, the judge spoke to the other sides barrister and then told us his decision to repossess by the 15th December..
From memory we werent sent a claims form, we were sent some means test forms to fill in in March 2014, everything was done via Lloyds solicitor over email, so we didnt file a defence as such just replied to their emails. The first forms we filled in for a court were in connection with this hearing on the 15th October and i believe we sent them in at the beginning of October.
what does this mean? not sure what this is but dont think so
No, what we had was communication with a solicitor defending lloyds who we were emailing, we had an agreement to market the house and so they held back from taking us to court, but because it took slightly longer than we had agreed to get works completed they issued us with a court summons for the hearing on the 15th...this is the first thing that we had from a court ...everything else was done through the solicitors Walker Morris. It is pretty hazy to be honest and hard to remember everything. I do have their emails though. We did send in defence to the court appearnace on the 15th October asking for a reduced payment plan for a short period of time or a rejig of figures to help us get back on track, I dont think the judge even read our form as none of the points were adressed or even mentioned. I am sorry if we are not giving you the exact information it is hard to remember and grasp what your asking
yes myself and my partner were both sent forms
when we go the form from the court we did fill it in and explain...but heard nothing back from them and so went to court thinking that the judge would have our forms with him then
So basically if these werent followed and we could prove that they didnt follow these procedures do you think we could appeal?