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You don't need to appeal the decision for the clarity issue - you simply need to apply to court for a variation as I explained in my previous response to you.
Therefore, you should make both applications together on the C100 - otherwise you will be making two applications (appealing is done on a completely different form and you would need a copy of the actual judgment from court - which costs money to obtain - and you would have had to appeal within 21 days of the judgment). A variation is applied for on C100, and can be done at any time.
If you apply for the variation on C100, you do not need to make a formal application to show the order to the CMS - you would simply ask the judge to include permission within the order for you to show them the newly amended order.
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That is an entirely new question, so should be posted as such, but I will answer it briefly here, if you need more detail, please post it as a new question.
You can do both - appeal via CMS - by the time they get around to dealing with it, you should have permission from the court to provide them with the court order.
Yes, as you have done - thank you.
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