set aside and stay of excequition

Peter Sim
Peter Sim
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12 years ago
I have gained default judgement (court order) against a tenant for rental arrears and damage to my property. They have now applied for a set aside on the judgemnt. Is there a time limit or other factor that I can cite to prevent them doing this please.

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