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An ex colleague is asking for my help ref a claim from a DCA

 

It is a MCOL

 

He has sent the defence back stating no response to 31.14 etc

 

Today he received a letter from Northampton with a Directions Questionnaire. Form N180

 

Why is Northampton sending a directions questionnaire? And not his local court

 

The N180 form has no section to attach draft application notice for directions (strike out)

 

TTHE N149 AND N150 ALLOCATION QUESTIONNAIRE HAVE BEEN REPLACED BY THE N180 DIRECTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

 

Something is not right or am i missing something?

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You are missing something. :)

 

The DQ comes from the bulk centre at Northampton. The case is transferred after the DQs have been sent in to Court.

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Details of applications go in Section J.

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So the directions questionnaire now comes from Northampton, and not his local court

 

WHAT HAPPENS TO ATTACHING A DRAFT APPLICATION

 

I wish to attach a strike out application like you used to be able to do with the N150 When a judge considers what tract to allocate against

 

Can that be done with the N180, as that section is now missing on the N180 form

 

thanks

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Ah ok so it's a small claim?

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In that case, yup that section has gone.

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So back to the original question

 

How do i enclose a draft order for directions

 

The beauty of the N150 is that you can enclose the draft

 

Any suggestions besides an N244 application

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Not seen the new Notice of Allocation to SCT as only deal with FT and MT.

 

If you want to make an application to strike out I guess you need to apply and pay the fee like normal.

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