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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Just so I can clear, what is your defence?
1) Yes. Scotland is within the U.K. and Eu so they can enter judgment against you,
2) I assume you used to live there which is why it was transferred there
3) You would deal with the solicitor who brought the strike out claim, it will be on the application notice.
4) You could agree a repayment plan or come to an agreement.
5) Yes Bromley does. The judge will hear why the there is no defence and decide whether or not it need to go to trial. The judge would also hear whether they had a valid claim.
6) Yes you can attend or not. But if you don't then it's more likely it will be found against you.
Can I clairfy anything for you about this today please?
Yes I understand you are in Scotland. That is why I said the judge does has jurisdiction.
You can get judgement in England for Scotland and indeed the rest of the Eu.
Bromley can give judgment if you have been served.
It is contained with the civil procedure rules. If you oook at rule 6 for service.
I assume you mean a Tomlin Order, you should speak to the solicitors for the other side and come to an agreement.
Once it has been agreed you can come to an Tomlin order.
The Administration of Justice Act 1920 & the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933, The Brussels Regulation.
It wont specifically say Bormley. You need to agree for a Tomlin order to remove the CCJ and prevent Judgment.
I think if you set up directly you could avoid the CCJ
Does that clarify?
A Tomlin order is an agreement between the Claimant and Defendant. The court can not order this, only the parties can agree.
Strike out the claim means they have no claim. That is why you apply to strike it out.Does that clarify?
They dont need a Tomlin Order because they have a CCJ.
Only if you get aside would it even be possible to get a Tomlin order.
You cant apply for a Tomlin Order now.
I understand that you already have a CCJ against you. If so then there is no need for a Tomlin order.
If there is no CCJ against you then yes, you can agree a Tomlin order.
Court staff are not legally qualified. A court can give a Judgment and it can be enforced in the whole of the EU
Ok - then you can have a Tomlin order now then before any CCJ
Yes a CCJ can be enforced in Australia
Yes it says on for 6 years from date granted.
That can only be agreed with the other side. The Court can not order it.
Once a Tomlin has been agreed, you then notify the court to the agreement with the Order.
The CCJ hearing is then vacated.
Its down to the Judge, but in reality a Judge will vacate the hearing if a Tomlin order is in place
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If you are on low income then you may be entitled to fee remission. But it is £255 for a hearing. You cant say anything to the Court at present.
You either pay the additional sum (you may not have to pay the full fee), or withdraw the application
£255 is the court fee. No I didnt the notice document.
But if you do not make the £155 payment then the Court wont list the matter for hearing (the application)
Ok. You just notify the Court you are withdrawing the application so you do not have to pay it and get the £100 you paid back.
Yes, they can go ahead if you do not make payment.
Just do a deal now, another week isnt going to make any difference.
Yes I have seen the notice
The case carries on if you withdraw.
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I would wait until you have heard back from Barclaycard.
Then take a view what you want to go. The case would stay at Bromley.Does that clarify?
Correct to the above
Sure. Make contact and get a deal done.......