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What is it you want to achieve please?
On what basis was the original possession order granted?
Has the eviction taken place?
Ok - then you can only appeal to the Court of Appeal. That is the route of appeal when leave for permission has been refused.
Then and only then can you pursue it at the Court of Appeal.
But if the basis of rent arrears then the law (and case law) says that you must show that you can manage current monthly payment PLUS a contribution to arrears which will pay it off within 3 years.
If you can't show this then case law is against you. However you need to appeal to the Court of appeal.
Then if that does not work can you appeal to the Supreme Court.
But you cant go to the Supreme Court directly, you need to appeal to the CoA.
You need to contact the CoA directly.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
No, its permission to appeal FIRST to the CoA.
Then only if that fails its off to the Supreme Court
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