I have been made bankrupt and have a trustee appointed who was granted a seizure warrant by the High Court based on misleading information because i cant afford a solicitor can I write to the High Court Judge directly and complain...
Hi there. Thanks for your question, I will help you with this.
A Judge will not entertain a letter written to him directly to set your side of the case out.
You would need to make a formal application if you wanted to achieve setting the order aside unfortunately.
However, any letter you do write to the Court is likely to be looked at by the next Judge that this matter comes before - but the only real way to do this is to make a formal application.
Understand...they have seized all my stuff and have miseld the court in respect of creditor information and even accused me 9with facts) of fraud surely this is not correct...is it too late to mack an application plus maybe a complaint to the IP Association.
You can make an application to the Court to set aside if all this has just happened. You should do so as promptly as possible. As for the IP aspect - you can make a complaint to the IPA, but the reality is that they will simply recognise that the Court has made an Order as thus, they cannot go behind that. The key to this is convincing the Court that it was inappropriate to have made the Order.
Last question the order and seizure was made two weeks ago...is it too late...
There is no express time limit as such, but you must make it promptly - so I expect you can make your application now.
Thnaks for your help
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