Setting aside a CCJ
If you have a County Court Judgement already, or if the court grants one before you are able to act, you can apply to have it set aside using the following guide.
Setting a judgement aside
You can apply to have a CCJ set aside using a form called n244. This usually costs £255 although you can use form ex160 for help with the fees if you are on a low income or benefits and supply a statement of support.
Send the completed n244 along with your ex160 and statement of support to the court.
You should also send a copy of the n244 the claimants. Do not include your statement of support or your ex160. Just send the n244
This will return it to the court where you can defend it. If they reissue a claim form come back to the group for help defending it.
How to fill out the N244
No2 - defendant
No3- An order that the judgment be set aside and the defendant given chance to defend the claim.
No5- at a hearing
No6- 20 min
No8- district judge
No9- all parties
No10- the attached witness statement
Then sign 10 and 11
Statement of support
Download the statement of support from the link below and edit the parts necessary to suit your needs.
If you require more help completing your statement- or with any other stage of your application to the courts, feel free to post in our facebook group.