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That order you received usually gives directions for how the rest of the claim will proceed. The court allocates a claim either to the small claims track if the value is under £10K, the fast track (£10K to £25K) or multi track (£25K+). I am not sure if you are talking about this form and you are not sure how to fill it out :
If you need to fill it out, most of the form is self-explanatory though the courts usually want a draft directions order too, such as the attached. I don't know if you have an expert report and not only that, you talk about a Tomlin Order which is usually signed by both parties when a settlement has been reached. The order is then sent to the court and the court considers the terms - if the court agrees then the case is stayed and the terms in the order are then binding. So I don't know if you need to do the directions questionnaire or if you have actually settled the case, in which case you would not need to do the directions questionnaire. Perhaps you can let me know.
The courts are quite slow at the moment - if you call the court, ask to speak to the civil listing section and ask them if the tomlin order has been dealt with. They will tell you if you call them now.
I can find the number if you let me know which court it is.
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