The answer to the question is in the affirmative.
If a transcript is not required ,as you rightly opined,what should I do to abrogate the notice of application for attachment of earning order received from the County Court today?
On 3 December 2014, a judgment and order of £2,121.60 was made against me as defendant.I filed a notice of appeal ,which I was allowed to file out time,for damages for the sum of £5,195.00 against the claimant.I have submitted the relevant documents ,including my Skeleton Argument but the district judge erroneously maintains that I must submit a transcript ,contrary to the relevant Civil Procedure Rule.What can I do to set aside the notice of application for attachment of earning order I received from the County Court today?
Yes,it was from a District Judge and I highlighted the PD.
It helps but if I use form N244,,in section 3 of the form,they will ask:What order are you asking the court to make? I know why ,but I want your advice on the relevant CPR Part BPD para that I must use so that my application is not rejected outright.
I shall be grateful if you would give me the relevant rule because I have the suspicion that the appeals clerk is trying to prevent me from presenting my argument as stated in my Skeleton Argument.The hatred she had for me is too obvious...
Thank you very much.I will file the form N244 tomorrow referring the matter to a Circuit Judge pursuant to paras 6.2 and 6.4(1) (g) above.