ive got a requisition for not notifiying them change of keeper,As i was underpressure from baliffs from welcome finance they took my car as i could no longer make the payments,i couldnt find the log book to give them they said it didnt matter. I eventually found it and sent my part into dvla. Now i have this date to go to court as they obviously havnt recieved it.How do i stand and do i go to court or fill the form in.?
Province/Country relating to question : england
nothing as i dont know what to do.
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