Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
1. I would advise you to write to the UK based firm of solicitors and set out that whilst you are currently unable to pay the debt, you will be able to pay them on whatever date you will have the money. Essentially, the solicitor's firm will want to be able to say that progress is happening in relation to the file to the client. Accordingly, if you can state that more monies will be forthcoming, this gives a degree of comfort to the solicitor and client which will mean that legal proceedings will not be issued in the interim. At the end of the day, once you show that you will meet your debt obligations and it is only a question of when you will pay, this will make everyone much happier. So write to them.
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