Do you really need to “cross-examine them in front of the judge?” - this isn’t Perry Mason.
If they are likely to be supportive to your case and are willing to give witness statements: just get witness statements.
If they are likely not to be supportive of your case, you CAN force them to court, if the court agrees. You may not be allowed to “cross examine them”; the judge may ask them questions, and MIGHT allow you to raise questions that go to their credibility - but unlike a full on “A few good men” moments of high drama.
You make an N244 application for a witness summons (or summonses) citing CPR 34. You’ll be liable for their costs, though, and they may not cooperate fully if they feel you have badgered them into becoming involved.
Good morning all. Having had a bit of sleep I feel a hundred times better today.
Could I ask, I understand what has been said that each year is looked at individually, but is there any time limit or idea? And is it a case of being able to add each year's overpayment to the current overpayment? Or does there get to a point where they won't add another overpayment to what I'm currently paying?
Thank you, and sorry for all the questions!
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