There was a judgement registered against me for a debt which was in fact a limited company debt. The CCJ was registered in default as the court notices were being sent to an address that was not my residence address, it was a property I had rented out, so I never received any court notifications. Anyhow, the creditor got a CCJ registered against me.
They then applied to court and got a charge on my property.
They then applied for an order for sale.
By that time I had moved into the property myself and so I received the court notice for a hearing to deal with the order for sale application.
I then applied to the court to set aside the judgement on the basis of the above mentioned arguments.
But after submitting this application, I went to the hearing which was meant to deal with the application for the order for sale.
At the hearing I told the judge that I had applied for the judgement to be set aside.
The judge straight-away asked me what were going to be my arguments for my application to set aside the judgement.
I told him that I was expecting a separate hearing to deal with my application and so had not come prepared with my notes and arguments.
The judge then gave the order to dismiss my application to set aside the judgement and granted the order for sale of the property by the creditor.
I feel that I was not given a fair chance and my application to set aside the judgement was not carefully considered and was dismissed without even allowing me to present my arguments to the case. So I want to appeal against that order. Can I?