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Yes, that standard application notice (Form N244) is used to lift the stay of proceedings imposed by the Tomlin Order. After a Tomlin Order is imposed, in any subsequent application to the court, normally there will be jurisdiction to vary only the order itself but not what appears in the schedule. However, the Tomlin Order may be attacked if it is subsequently discovered that the settlement was obtained by way of fraud.