I first found out about this when I received the notice from the bailiff on 21 September 2015 with my name (first and surname) and my address on the notice.
In the court's letter that refuses the TE forms they said I have 14 days to appeal using N244 form is this what you mean by the 2nd option?
Also, I don't think I should appeal because this should be done by the owner and I don't won't to make the same mistake.
The appeal will cost me £450 to get a hearing £150 for each ticket. Is there a way to get that money back?
Sorry it is N224 not N244 form.
The problem is the the original CCJ is not issued for me it is issued for a different person. So how can I appeal against it to set it aside using the N224 form when I am not that person .
The only thing I received from court is the N24 refusal to TE7:TE9 forms which mistakenly has my address. All other proceedings in the court prior to this is for a different person, only the amended warrant of execution and the N24 refusal has my information.
DVLA gave me evidence that I'm not the owner and that they have no idea why the local authority is corresponding with me.
The council understands now that it is a case of mistaken identity and will not enforce anything.
Do you still think I should appeal?
Yes. Thank you Alex