10th October 1992 , Attachment of earnings order granted. The blundering is that the County Court originally said the time limit had been exceeded for enforcement. I quoted case law and resubmitted my N379 for a Charging Order with proof to show enforcement had been initiated. The Court are now blundering over the compund annual interest I have continue to charge as a result of the wording in the contract stating " until full and final payment" and having provided them with proof that this basis was adopted by the Court in granting the Judgement ,they still insist on more proof.
I believe the complexity of this case is beyond them is assessing the grounds for compound interest to remain chargeable following judgement and so I meanto refer the case to the High court and need to know the procedure to do so. Can you answer this question now?
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