Form

Form N227: Ask for a judgment where the claim amount is unspecified

If a defendant hasn't responded to your claim, use this form to ask the court to decide how much they should pay you, including costs.

Documents

Request for judgment by default (Amount to be decided by the court)

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Cais am Ddyfarniad trwy ddiffyg (y swm i'w benderfynu gan y llys) / Request for judgment by default (Amount to be decided by the court)

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Details

You can’t ask for default judgment in certain types of cases, for example involving:

  • your spouse or civil partner
  • a child
  • the Crown

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Published 1 April 2006