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    N24 General form of judgement or order - next action?
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    • 31st May 09, 1:26 PM
    N24 General form of judgement or order - next action? 31st May 09 at 1:26 PM
    I am currently taking my landlord to court for failure to put my deposit in a tds scheme and repay it to me when moving out. I have just served an amendment of particulars to change some details of the case. I went to a court hearing last month to confirm these amendments and was sent an N24 - General form of judgement or order. It states that the defendant needs to reply within 14 days but it has been a month and I havent heard anything from him or the courts. Does anyone know what my next action should be? Below is what the form says:

    it is ordered that

    1) Permission to the claimant to amend the claim in accordance with the attached.

    2) The court do forthwith serve the Defendent with the amended claim form and response pack. The defendent do within 14 days of service of the order file at court and serve on the claimant his defence.

    3) Costs in case

    Thanks in advance for any help.
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