Thank you. I still don’t have a copy of the agreement or know what notice period there is in the agreement to allow you to get out.
They don’t have to accept a payment plan but they can’t bankrupt you unless they first go to court to get a judgement. If they took you to court, you would obviously defend it using whatever evidence you have and if they will not produce the evidence that you’ve asked them to, you would asked the court to order that they didn’t produce it, use that in your defence.
They could only bankrupt you if they went to court and got a judgement and that you didn’t pay whatever the judgement was against you and also provided that was then over £5000.
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