If this is a Assured Shorthold Tenancy and the £1750 equates to more than 2 months rent, it is unlikely that you would see able to get the order for possession set aside. The next application the landlord will make, you don’t move out, will see an application for a warrant of possession where bailiffs would attend the property and physically evict you. You don’t have grounds to set theorder for possession aside unless you owe less than 2 month rent.
That is interlinked with the judgement amount which probably will equate to more than 2 month rent.
However, you will not get the judgement set aside because you admit that you were £1750 so you will have a judgement against you it is just the amount of the judgement which you would be applying to court to get changed.
What would happen is that you would set the judgement aside and that a new judgement would be entered in its place.
You apply on court form N244 and the court fee is £255
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