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Garry Bibb

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  1. An appointment for what? The court has confirmed that your SD has been served - you now need to await the new notice of prosection. There's nothing more you can do.
  2. Have you found the rule or legislation that agrees with your version yet? I'm not sure how providing the legal position is being a troll.
  3. Because the info in the link is wrong. You do not need to make an appointment and you can serve a SD by post. The bailiff got the hump as he'd lost out on his fee.
  4. A stat dec is not an 'application'. Please read the Criminal Procedure Rule 24.17. You seem to be calling the CrPR FMOTL twaddle. I thought FMOTL ignored legislation? That's what you seem to be doing.
  5. Yes - there is no requirement to make an appointment. You can serve by post or deliver it personally to the court, leaving it with a designated officer.
  6. I think the OP was questioning the advice of a stat dec being 'heard'. It isn't heard, it's served - there is no hearing to 'hear' the stat dec. It's simply used to halt and rewind proceedings.
  7. Just for clarity, the law is here: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2015/1490/article/24.17/made
  8. Although you've clarified this several times, some on here still don't understand that you sent the N245 in error, was told the correct procedure and then served the stat dec. Sgtbush - please understand that the N245 was not used to serve the stat dec.
  9. Why is everyone questioning the fact that HMCTS has confirmed the SD was received and Marstons were updated to stop enforcement? I find it very strange.
  10. He must however show his authority to enter if asked. Not sure what could show that authority other than a warrant. Any idesa?
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