Front page of envelope they posted.
No only did he say he did not understand me. I wrote on the statement I gave to him that the opponent cost was a wasted cost and inveigled me to say how much I think the cost would be. I belived that I would need a legal advice for that question and not possible to come up with details of such account on the sport. After persistently asking me I mentioned a figure to which he came back to say that I admitted I owed something when my notes say wasted cost in about three place.
I think he was partial and did not received justice he had favoured the other counsel----- will these add to grounds of appeal?
What article 6 point?
How do I start this to meet the deadline
How do I advance article 6 in this case
Would that save cost if it goes against me than through the normal appeal route?
Is there special process or application form for article 6?
In what manners will article 6 be dealt with? and will the hearing be in UK?
The follow up on this is that the judge allowed my application to be set aside for few weeks pending compliance of payment of money to the court and at the same time granting the respondent cost which he had asses as inflated by the respondent.
Was the judge right to assessed this cost when the order is still within the compliance period.?
my application to set aside a default cost was upheld for three week on condition I pay money to the court being two third of the total default. The judge had already awarded cost against me pending without waiting for the terms of the condition to expire.
Is this normal practice or error on judge part.?
The cost was for the hearing of the day and had nothing to the default cost
They will be successful only if I failed to meet the deadline of the condition set in the order and I am still within time. Why set the the cost and would like be able to challenge this ?
He set aside with condition to pay within days and I am still within the time scale. How do I know the reason unless he speculated that I may never find the money to pay or able to appeal his decision. How do I know his reasons.
On occasion at the hearing when I asked him the reason for his decision he replied. I believed them if you don't like it you can appeal it. What do I?
His order at the hearing contradicts the orders sent through the post as well. Can this be a good reason for the appeal?
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