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Apologies if this has been posted to the wrong forum.

 

I have filed an N244 on behalf of someone I know, just received a N271 Notice of transfer of proceedings. the problem is it has been transferred to a court absolutely miles away can I get it reassigned to a more ocal court?

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What was the form N244 about? Is the court to which it has been transferred your opponents court? You should probably tell us a little bit of the story of this case – otherwise we really just guessing.

 

However, yes you can get the case transferred to your local court, assuming that you are a private individual against a company or else that you are the defendant.


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What was the form N244 about? Is the court to which it has been transferred your opponents court? You should probably tell us a little bit of the story of this case – otherwise we really just guessing.

 

However, yes you can get the case transferred to your local court, assuming that you are a private individual against a company or else that you are the defendant.

 

I have filed this on behalf of my son who is chronically physically disabled, he lives independently.

 

He is unable to retrieve or open post so his carers have to do it and any issues they call me.

 

This is something we haven't seen my son doesn't even recognise it, I have contacted the company who issues the summons and obtained a default judgement this is for an amount of approximately £325.

 

The company will not reveal any information to me due to data protection, my son finds it difficult to speak so had no choice but to file an N244 so we can ask them face to face what this is and not something someone did in his name which is a possibility.

 

The court it has been transferred to is no where near where my son or I live and even further from the claimants. I think it is a mistake.

 

how do I get this transferred to a local court?

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Did you ask for it to be transferred to your local county court on the N244 ?

 

What order have you requested on the N244...Im not sure a court would understand....

 

" so we can ask them face to face what this is and not something someone did in his name which is a possibility."

 

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I'm afraid that it seems as if we are having to tease the information out of you.

 

Because you have filed an N244, it suggest to me that a claim has been issued and a defence has been filed in response.

 

Please would you post up in PDF format, the claim form, the defence, and the N244 and that will help us understand where you are.


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I'm afraid that it seems as if we are having to tease the information out of you.

 

Because you have filed an N244, it suggest to me that a claim has been issued and a defence has been filed in response.

 

Please would you post up in PDF format, the claim form, the defence, and the N244 and that will help us understand where you are.

 

A claim was issued and a judgement was obtained, the original claim was never seen, that was the basis of the n244, it was asked to be sent to the local court but for some reason people think that Norwich and Ipswich are next door to each other. Need it to be heard in Ipswich is there a form that can get this transferred to the local court/

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Back it up another step. Who was the claimant.


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A claim was issued and a judgement was obtained, the original claim was never seen, that was the basis of the n244, it was asked to be sent to the local court but for some reason people think that Norwich and Ipswich are next door to each other. Need it to be heard in Ipswich is there a form that can get this transferred to the local court/

 

So you have requested a set a side of the judgment...because you didn't receive the initial claim and wish to defend it...you have a valid defence ?

 

Did you mark on the N244 to be heard in your local county court?

 

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Andy

 

PS I have moved your thread to the Financial Legal Issues forum..please continue to post here.


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So you have requested a set a side of the judgment...because you didn't receive the initial claim and wish to defend it...you have a valid defence ?

 

Did you mark on the N244 to be heard in your local county court?

 

Regards

 

Andy

 

there is a valid defence and yes did ask for it to be heard in the local court, the court it has been transferred to is local to no one that's what doesn't make sense. Ther claimant is Asset Collections & Investigations ltd

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Ring the court then and advise them that have failed to transfer the claim to your local county court...and being litigant defendant can they correct this.


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Have you tried ringing the court? Northampton directs you to a number that says "This is a test message this number is inactive" and Norwich County court is constantly engaged.

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Well you shouldn't be ringing Northampton...its the court that they have informed you of were it will be transferred to...there is also email.


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Was the N244 to set aside the judgement? TB

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A claim was issued and a judgement was obtained, the original claim was never seen, that was the basis of the n244, it was asked to be sent to the local court but for some reason people think that Norwich and Ipswich are next door to each other. Need it to be heard in Ipswich is there a form that can get this transferred to the local court/

 

bit like Northampton thought that Torquay & Bromley were next to each other a while back!


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bit like Northampton thought that Torquay & Bromley were next to each other a while back!

 

If you use a paper map, and fold it 'just right' ..... they can be!

Hey, that could be the basis for a new slogan for them:

"HMCTS : we operate in another dimension!"

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If you use a paper map, and fold it 'just right' ..... they can be!

Hey, that could be the basis for a new slogan for them:

"HMCTS : we operate in another dimension!"

 

many a true word spoken in gest Bazza


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Since the court staff understand pro-forma language better, might be a good idea to speculatively serve (by email) the current hearing centre and respondent to the application with a directions questionnaire (say N180) http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk which has a field for hearing centre and why.

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You only submit an N180/181 at allocation stage...not to transfer a claim from one county court to another.


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Apologies if this has been posted to the wrong forum.

 

I have filed an N244 on behalf of someone I know, just received a N271 Notice of transfer of proceedings. the problem is it has been transferred to a court absolutely miles away can I get it reassigned to a more ocal court?

 

 

Hi

 

Please can you show us the Order?

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I'm afraid that it seems as if we are having to tease the information out of you.
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seems like it. the full claimants (behind asset) details might be useful.

is it something to do with care services company, in partic one based in norwich?

but, yes. it shld go to the 'persons' court not the company's.


IMO

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A claim was issued and a judgement was obtained, the original claim was never seen, that was the basis of the n244, it was asked to be sent to the local court but for some reason people think that Norwich and Ipswich are next door to each other. Need it to be heard in Ipswich is there a form that can get this transferred to the local court/

 

 

We really need to see the Court transfer Order please.

 

I suspect that you are getting confused by the fact that there is no longer an administrative team on site at Ipswich County Court.

 

The case will still have all the hearings in Ipswich but all paperwork and administration is sent to and dealt with at Norwich County Court.

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