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Can someone please explain to me how to fill in these court forms.

 

I cannot edit them, can't type in them nothing?

 

What software do I need to be able to fill them in?

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Are you using the Court Forms from www.hmcs.gov.uk?

 

If so, you should be able to edit them using Adobe Reader, but you can't save those edits when you close - you have to print them, first.

 

If you can't print them, the Court should be able to give you paper copies you can write on.

 

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I have the forms off the site here, they are locked for acrobat grrr

 

Sorry getting really stressed, spent days getting it all typed out and then only to find I can't get it into the docs.

 

Can you tell me the form numbers please that I need from the hmcs site please?

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Form N244 is the one to use.


 

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Sorted thank you

 

Set aside filed today :)

 

Now I have to wait to hear what happens next.

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Quick update. Received reply from court today. I've got a hearing date in 3 months time, so I can relax for a while. On a side note, there was also a threat-o-gram from the DCA's 'legal' desk in the mailbox, I expect i'll be getting a few of those between now and the hearing.... let the saga continue, hopefully they'll tie themselves up in knots by then, they've done a pretty decent job already!

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Well after a few more threatening letters then silence. I finally got the letter today saying they would not be opposing the set aside.

 

I'll certainly be double checking at the court, but looks like Round 1 to me.

 

Now bring on Round 2 as I expect it's coming.

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Please do confirm that with the Court and I woulld advise that you still attend the Set Aside hearing just to make sure. ;)


 

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I will be doing ;) I'm going to the court tomorrow as I'm in town and going to get the clerk to file a photocopy of the copy letter they have sent me, that they are 'sending' to the court....just to be tripley sure ;)

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