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When you ask which court, are you talking about which jurisdiction/area of law court or geographically?
The very limited number of courts which are judicial review. London Birmingham Cardiff Leeds and Manchester. You would normally apply to your closest court which is the one chosen by the applicant although any defendant, depending on the nature of the defendant may ask for it to be at the local court. It’s unlikely to happen. There is a dispute over which it is, then the court will make a decision which could be arbitrary. By all means ask
They will certainly consider making it central;
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I would need to see the document please.
They finally acknowledgement of service to avoid getting default judgement and “summary grounds” would normally be a very brief defence for the same reason.
It would help if I saw the document.
You can attach the document using the paperclip on the reply document.
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No problem. Fully understand privacy issue.
However I’m not certain how your latest post at 02 38 hours fits in with your question about acknowledgement of service with summary grounds.
The acknowledgement of service must be provided to the court within 14 days of the issue of proceedings.
There must be a defence with a further 14 days.
If these are not received, the court will usually, its own volition, issued default judgement against the defendant
When the proceedings are issued, there is an acknowledgement pack goes with them. The defendant therefore returns the acknowledgement.
The defendant is expected to read the paperwork and deal with it according to the instructions.
Proceedings have to be acknowledged within 14 days. The acknowledgement of service goes out with the proceedings issued by the court. The defendant then has to return it.