That was a good result prior then.
You obtained judgement in default because the defendant did not send a defence. They have now sent a defence, albeit late, and applied to set the judgement aside and the usual reason is that they didn’t receive the papers or suchlike. To be honest, it is rarely worth contesting an application to set aside a judgement unless there has been a large time scale between judgement and application to set aside.
Set aside after default judgement is very common.
You are entitled to write and ask why the judgement was set aside but the reason is going to be academic and of no use to you.
A defendant can apply to set aside any stage.
Having the wrong court on the top of the paperwork would be an excuse for them to apply to court to set the judgement aside if it went to the wrong court.
I’m sorry, I wish I could give you an answer that was more favourable to you.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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