You now need to apply to court to set aside the judgement.
The process is shown here. The fee is £255.
you need to have a reasonable defence or another reason why the judgement should be set aside and that is because you did not receive any court papers and that the matter has since been settled.
What would normally happen is that if you got the judgement set aside it would then go forward to a full trial hearing where the matter would be decided by a judge. There is no need for that now because you have paid the amount but you could ask the court order that the court fee and any solicitors costs that you have already paid, are returned to you.
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