what happens if you change your job during an iva but make the same kind of money?
what happens if a company I thought was in my iva but it turns out it wasnt are chaseing me for money can I contact my Ip and get them added in?
Yes you should
what do I do if I did not recive a claim form for a county court judgement and get a letter from a high court enforcement officer asking me to pay his charges and the claim
Is this a completely separate topic to the above please?
I do agree with most of the debt but had had disputed aone of the invoices, I dont know what happened to the original claim form and yes the hceo comeing to my property was the first I knew a judgement had been filed
Thanks. Where was the claim form sent by the claimant? Was it sent to a different address or was it sent to the correct address and must have been lost in the post? PS. I am out at the moment. I will be able to reply to you this evening on my return if that's OK?
yes thats fine im not sure where they sent the form
Thanks. You need to apply to set the original default judgement aside. The judgement is from what flows all other actions available to the claimant and in itself will prejudice your credit record for up to six years. You need to make an application to set the judgement aside using from N244.You will need to give a statement explaining the position and ask the judge to set aside the default judgement on the basis that you did not receive papers and that the claimant made no significant attempt to contact you prior to issuing proceedings and has failed to attempt to avoid litigation when the matter could have been swiftly and amicably settled and accordingly you seek a further order that costs are awarded against the claimant. You will have to pay £75 fee with your application which you should seek as costs against the claimant.http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/HMCSCourtFinder/GetForm.do?court_forms_id=484Assuming the application is successful the claimant will be back to square one and you will have the opportunity to defend any part of the debt you dispute.
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