At the telephone hearing/CMC yesterday, the Judge instructed the Defendant's solicitior that in order to strikeout the points in my Amended POC, he would need to file an application notice, These instructions came as the judge was reviewing the Defendants' Amended Defence, which asked for points 5e to 5i to be striked out, because he felt I did not have permisson by the Judge to make those Amendments.
Do you know the cost/court fee of his application notice? Do you know what fee I would pay for a cross application? Thanks!
sorry, I forgot.
1. Do you know the Court fee for this application to strikeout my Amended POC by the Defendant?
2. Does the Judge have to uphold the application by the Defendant? Or can she deny the application?
3. Do you know how much a cross aplication to seek permission would be, fee wise in case she upholds the Defendant's application notice?
Thank you so much, you have been a tremendous help to me.
Sorry, that was Application Notice 244
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