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Hello, this is Jim and I am a dual-qualified lawyer (UK and Republic of Ireland) and happy to help you today.
Is it the court order you are asking about?
The court has made the order, so if you dispute it you would need to appeal the judgment given. I am unsure if you asked for permission to appeal at the hearing?. If not then permission would be required. An appeal is worthwhile if there has been a situation where the judge has made a mistake, on a point of law or procedurally. You could pay this judgment and then sue the management company - leaseholder disputes need to be made to the property chamber in the civil court (again, I am not sure if you have done this yet).
The judgment - you can submit form N245 (copy attached) to send to the court - if granted it means you can pay the court order by installments. The fee is £50 payable to HMCTS for the form.
Thanks, if you want to appeal then there are strict time limits involved. From what you say, you are saying the judge was wrong to make this order that you pay?.
Thanks, if you want to appeal in that case you need to fill out the attached form and send to the court with fee of £140 (payable to HMCTS). It sounds like permission to appeal was already given. You will need to send the form to the court.
You will also need to apply for a copy of the court transcript for the hearing so that if your appeal form is granted then you will need to then prepare a bundle which will include the transcript of the hearing :
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