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Hi Guys

 

I've been granted a default judgment against a large well known house builder company for just under £5k. They initially filed an acknowledgement of service to defend the claim but failed to respond after I sent the particulars of claim. I took the next step to request payment immediately but would like some advice about the best way to enforce this judgment if they fail to make the payment.

 

Can they still apply to have judgment set aside at this stage? If so, what happens next?

 

Your help would be appreciated as I'm unfamiliar with these matters.

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Excellent news ...good result Zinna

 

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Regards

 

Andy

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