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sorry i didnt get back to you sooner.
thanks for the answer it its very helpfull.
my daughter has left college in june and is working full time at the moment.
I have written to the court telling them this and provided evidence to back this up. but they have issued me with a summons for non payment.
will they make me continue to pay even though shes not at college at the moment. she has got a conditional place at university?
on the sixth of June. She finished on the third.
I just presumed that it was when she finished.
She is a nurse cadet and has completed the course to a standard to get into university.
Nobody has ever shown me any paper work at all.
Are there set terms usualy?
thanks sooooooooo muuuuuuch.
i have had it confirmed this afternoon.
thanks again for your help.
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