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Everything crossed for you frenchie.;)


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reading with interest French. word of warning, even though you get judgment by default, this can be set aside at any time. I sincerely hope it isn't, but it happened to me months after I got judgment by default.


although, if you make it to court for restitutionary damages and they still havent put in an appearance, or response, it's highly unlikely the court will sympathise with them.


all the best

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Indeed Jon Boy.... I actually want them to file a defence so I'll agree to a set-aside, it'll also help in the costs stakes to ;)


I would prefer to win on merit however, so we will probably encounter one of a few scenarios in the near-future.


I won't disclose them on here just yet even though they are listed in front of me as I don't want to show my full house hand against their pair of 2's :p


There does come a point however even if they submit a set-aside application where it will be refused.


The best case scenario for them in this instance will be to lodge an appeal. My case is listed for the High Court rather than Small Claims.

srfrench :eek:


Fight incompetance, stupidity, greed and unfairness......There's no excuse and no place for it in society, unless they really are! :wink:

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