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Lowells Statute Barred case help - need to Appeal ro County Court

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Would very much appreciate some guidance in putting together an appeal for county court.

Mainly in terms of putting paperwork together.

All. help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Martin

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You posted this is the bailiff forum with no details about what you are appealing.

 

If you are seeking to make a court application, then perhaps post up a paragraph explaining the basics and then site team can make sure the thread is in the right area on CAG to receive help required.


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Hi would really appreciate some help in putting together an appeal for county court. what papers do I need and what format should the statements be.

Any help would be appreciated

Thank you in advance

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care to enlighten peeps the problem, so they can possibly help with ideas/advice


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I apologise. I am appealing a court judgment that Lowell were able to claim a statute barred debt was not statute barred because they said a default notice was issued.

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We need full details of the claim please and of your defence.

 

Please post up the claim form and your defence in PDF format and also a copy of the judgement.

 

Have you actually filed formal notification of the appeal? If so please would you post this in PDF format as well.

 

What papers do you have which you feel you need to put together.


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Really need a bit of guidance on the format of statements etc.

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see para 6# above


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if you already have a CCJ, you need to file to set aside using the N244 in our library

 

but we need far more info please

 

might be best you complete this please

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?419198-You-have-received-a-Claim-What-you-need-to-do.-**UPDATED-2016**(1-Viewing)-nbsp

 

and if you DID file a defend to the case

 

also post that up too as BF advises

 

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You can only attempt a set a side if this was a default judgment and no defence submitted.


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other than that it is an appeal and that can be on matters of fact or matters of law, the latter being the more likely to get you success.

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To add to ericsbrother you would actually be seeking permission to appeal (unless at the original hearing such permission was granted highly unlikely I would have thought).

 

 

You would also have to lodge your permission to appeal within 21 days of the original decision.

 

You would then need to show at said hearing your point(s) of law on which you are basing your appeal.

 

 

The judge would then either grant an appeal or dismiss it.

The costs would be incumbent on yourself.

 

You would also need a transcript of the original hearing for an appeal,

I cant conceive of a scenario where it wouldn't,

they don't come free you would need to submit an EX107 for that and pay for that (the cost of which is based on the length of the transcript).

 

Perhaps you are confusing a set aside with an appeal ?

The two things are completely different beasts.

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