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You need to apply to the Court and set Judgment aside. You need to complete form N244 and pay a fee of £75.
You would need to show that you have a realistic prospect of successfully defending the claim and that you acted promptly.
If you can show that you have some argument then as long as you can explain delay Judgment will be set aside and the matter will be set down for trial.
But you must show you have a good chance of winning and a reason for any delay.
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