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Help with application for relief of sanctions

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Help with application for relief of sanctions
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  Ash replied 1 year ago.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi,I have already paid £56 for this service, I did not get anything out of it. For another £44 I will walk into any high street solicitor office and have 1 hour consultation, not 30 min. If you're able to call me to discuss, that will be a lot easier. Mobile:***********
In brief:
01/10/2015 - I, Claimant, issued a claim via MCO.13/10/2015 - Defendant's solicitors acknowledge the claim02/11/2015 - Defendant's solicitors seek an order to strike out my claim as the PoC were not clear15/02/2016 - District Judge Hickman orders that the Claimant files and serves amended PoC by 24/03/2016 4pm22/03/2016 - Claimant files copies of PoC with the Court via Royal Mail 1st Class Recorded and 1 copy to the Solicitors via Royal Mail 1st class (no tracking, a decision my wife took unaware of the importance of the documents)03/04/2016 - Defendant's solicitors wrote to me, the Claimant, advising that no PoC received and that they consider the case strike out, letter received on 07/04/201607/04/2016 - Claimant emails the Defendant's solicitors an electronic PDF copy of the PoC and also sends another copy via Royal Mail Special Delivery, delivered next day on 08/04/201611/05/2016 - Claimant files N277 application for Judgement in Default as no further correspondence received from the Court or the Defendant28/06/2016 - Deputy District Judge Jarbkowski orders there will be a judgement for the Claimant for an amount to be decided and the case listed for disposal hearing29/06/2016 - Defendant files N244 application notice to strike out judgement dated 28/06/201608/07/2016 - Hearing ordered for 03/08/201605/08/2016 - District Judge Thorpe orders the Judgement date 28/06/2016 to be set aside, permission to appeal refused and Claimant pay Counsel's fee of attending the hearing.Questions:
1. I'd like to appeal to this Judgement as I feel I've been treated unfairly. Is this possible?
2. Is the Application for Relief of Sanctions the next step, if so, is this likely to be granted and can you help drafting it? How long have I got to appeal, 21 days from the 05/08/2016 judgement?Please call so I can elaborate.Thanks,
Adrian
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
All orders have been attached on this message.Adrian
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