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Default Judgment Notes

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DEFAULT JUDGMENT Claimant can enter Default Judgment if:

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Defendant has not filed acknowledgement/defence within 14 days of deemed service of Particulars of Claim, or

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Defendant has not filed defence within 28 days (if filed acknowledgement)

Unless extension agreed/ordered - not until after later date. If Claimant does not seek Default Judgment - claim will be stayed 6 months after date for filing acknowledgement/defence. Cannot get Default Judgment for:

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delivery of goods subject to Consumer Credit Act,

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provisional damages

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claims in specialised procedures which do not require defence/acknowledgement Entering Default Judgment (money claims / delivery of goods)

Claimant returns request to court asking for Default Judgment to be entered - no consideration of merits of case. Claimant receives "notice of issue" when claim issued -

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ticks box,

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enters amount sought: damages/debt + interest + fixed costs
* request payment immediately or by instalments

Sign, date and Return to Court Non-money claims Default Judgment must be applied for Hearing before a Master, Default Judgment or other Judge Applying for Default Judgment All non-money claims and claims where:
* claim-form served out of Jurisdiction without permission
* Defendant is a child/protected party
# Claimant must apply for appointment of litigation friend before applying for Default Judgment
* Claim includes costs other than fixed costs
* Claim by one spouse against another in tort
* Claim seeks delivery and does not allow alternative of Defendant paying their

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