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  • Order of the Court... County Court

    When a County Court Judge reaches a conclusion, which in Court is agreed and accepted by both the Claimants Legal representative and the Defendant and the Order is issued by the Court, which includes a specific term that forms an integral part of the Order of the Court, can the Claimant after the Order has been issued in the Court and the Order has been sent to both the Claimant and the Defendant, only accept once aspect of the Order and not adhere to the additional term, thus only adhering to the half of the Order that is of benefit to the Claimant ?
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    The other party may take steps to enforce the full order/ask the court to sanction the non compliance.
    Lawyer (solicitor) - retired from practice, now in academia. I do not advise by private message.

    Litigants in Person should download and read this: https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/..._in_Person.pdf

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    • #3
      Thanks for your response, although I'm still a little confused,
      The other party, the Claimant has happily accepted the half of the Court Order which was the reason it was brought to court in the first place but the money order, which formed part of the claim was waived by the Court.
      The Judge asked the Claimants legal Representative, do you agree to waive the money order in return for....... who replied Yes; then the same question was put to myself and I agreed and said Yes, and the Order was issued based on agreement by both parties, which is even stated on the Court Order received.

      I've adhered to the Order; although now, 7 weeks since the hearing, the Claimant has instructed a Solicitor and is demanding payment of the money order; stating, if it's not paid by..... not only will I have to pay the money order plus interest but I will also be liable for their clients legal fees and Court cost.
      I believed, that once the Court Order was issued and adhered to, that would be the end of the matter.

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      • #4
        Can anyone elaborate on any of this, so I know where I stand

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