Know The Real Court Process: Learn The Rules Of Your Local Court II


When someone starts a claim in the English courts for, say, a debt owed, and the defendant does not put in a defence, the claimant can simply ask the court to enter judgment for the sum claimed, and can bring enforcement proceedings based upon that judgment. In this procedure, the court is acting administratively, and typically no judge will be involved in the process. All very simple then. via Know The Real Court Process: Learn The Rules Of Your Local Court

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1 Response to Know The Real Court Process: Learn The Rules Of Your Local Court II

  1. towardchange says:

    Reblogged this on English Law and commented:

    When someone starts a claim in the English courts for, say, a debt owed, and the defendant does not put in a defence, the claimant can simply ask the court to enter judgment for the sum claimed, and can bring enforcement proceedings based upon that judgment.

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