What did the second judge say about the decision of the first judge?
Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Who actually prepared the Order and what was the nature of the hearing at which the Order was refused?
What did your Barrister say about the outcome of the second hearing?
When was the second Order made?
May I ask how the Order came to be put before the first Judge if you did NOT agree to it?
When was the Second hearing?
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What has happened since the Order was made?
Right - so what you are asking is whether or not you have a claim in negligence against the barrister?
It would of course be better to see the paperwork in order to be certain but in general terms yes I am afraid that the Judge had the power to do it - and it is too late now to appeal it
If you do wish to explore other avenues then let me know
had yu acted at the time it might have been possible to appeal - as it is you are not going to be able to get permission to appeal out of time
As I said if you had appealed at the time then you may well have been successful
Since you did not then the fact that the two Judges took different approaches cannot now be addressed.
The fact is that in our legal system Judges often take different approaches to the same issues and can see case law in different ways.
Had you appealed then I am certain that the £5,000 penalty would have been rescinded - but sadly you are now out of time
Again all of these issues would have been addressed if you had appealed - and could well have won you the appeal.
The date is correct given the actual decision of the second judge (which i happen to disagree with)