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Is the court's offer of £50 enough compensation for breaking a court order twice?
I had a county court case where I was the claimant. The court made a general order for all documents to be sent via email to me due to domestic issues. The court then broke the order twice and the defendant once. I have complained to the court and they offered me £20 and then £50 when I refused the £20. I haven’t accepted the £50 I’d just like to know if they’re offering enough as they broke a court order twice. They’re now chasing me to close this and I don’t know what to do.

Anonymous

9th April 2022

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