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Do you owe the money?
OK. How much do you owe?
1 I'm not sure you have a realistic chance of that. Come what may, you owe something. You can apply for redetermination of the amount and you might well win that but getting the CCJ set aside is not likely.
2 On the facts you are describing above, there is no basis to do that. You do owe the money and the summonses were sent.
3 That doesn't really arise for the reasons above.
You can apply for redetermination and then pay in full although there would be some costs. Then you could get it marked satisfied but there isn't a basis to remove it completely.
Can I clarify anything for you?
It should just be £155.
I suppose if they send somebody to object then they could try to claim costs but it is not likely to succeed.
Are you sure they mean they will agree to it being set aside? It isn't that simple.
Not that it is within their gift anyway. You have to show proper grounds.
They might well agree to it being marked satisfied but that is a different point.
Being unaware of the proceedings isn't a ground to set aside the CCJ unless the summons went to the wrong address.
If they will accept the summons went to the wrong address then you would have a claim.
Don't fall for that. They may not oppose but that doesn't mean it will succeed.
I'm not sure I see a ground at this stage.
That is not to say that one doesn't exist but you are not describing grounds