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When you wrote to the Judge did you ask for the claim to be "withdrawn" or postponed.
If you withdrew the claim then you will have to issue further proceedings based on the re-served notice.
In future if you come to an arrangement with the Tenant prior to the hearing then you should write to the Judge and ask for the hearing to be postponed. You would then be able restore the claim and proceed on the original notice. The Court would then send a Notice of Restored Hearing to the Tenant.
At least you have anticipated your position and already re-served.
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