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  1. Hi, I have received an n24 form “general form of judgment or order”. It states that point 1, it is ordered that judgment for the sum of £1450 and interest to date of £92.08 plus various fixed costs and hearing fee. Total £1964.50. Point 2 states that the court have assessed additional costs claimed .....”and such costs we summarily assessed at £700.00”. Point 3. Above sums to be paid by 4pm on 16/11\18 Dated 26th October Hoping someone can help me understand this. I did try to settle out of court, but the claimaint was seeking an additional £700 (which would have mean
  2. Good afternoon, or is it? I returned home this afternoon to find a card small card posted through my door, from county court bailiff. I was very surprised, really, and contacted the number straight away. The bailiff answered the phone, seemed pleasant enough, and explained that the visit was in relation to a debt with Cabot finance, outstanding CCJ. He said he couldn't return today, due to having to be at a eviction! He also complained about being the only county court bailiff in the area. He said he might be able to return tomorrow, and he has some paper work for
  3. I attended a hearing where the above was issued and the defendant failed to comply with it I phoned the court and they said I had to submit a form but did not know which Does anybody know which form should be lodged with the court
  4. aa I've never received a N24 form before, so I have no idea what to do, also I cant seem find anything to do with the N24 we've just received on the site. All we received was 2 sheets of paper, telling us to file within 7 days, & a cryptic accompanying letter sent to our solicitor. I've attached this to the post My main question is what is "an order excluding the Defendants from the property"? Does it mean a lodger ie an excluded tenant? or something else? Is it evicting a commercial tenant? The full paragraph says : " in detail and in numbered paragraphs t
  5. Hello to you all, I wonder if anyone can help. Some time ago, I went after A & L for unfair bank charges. They were bouncing £1 standing orders and charging me a fortune. It ended up about £350 + on charges. The case was stayed until the Office of Fair Trading V Abbey case was settled. I have now received a General Form of Judgement of Order. It states that the matter is listed for directions when the court will consider striking out the claim following of the decision of the Supreme Court test case (office of fair trading v Abbey National) and if the claimant (me) objects to the claim b
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