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I am having trouble filling in form ex550 as I did not personally serve paper on my debtor. Also, I did not hire a lawyer. So who can sign as an officer? What should I to do? Help!Ask how to fill in the following ex550 form…..
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Hello, an officer of the court is a solicitor who needs to sign the EX550 at the bottom - you’d need to take the form to a firm of solicitors and they will do that for you for very little money (probably £5-10).I would suggest taking the form to them and they can assist with the other parts.Many thanksJ
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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Hi Jamie. I am claimant and my name is***** have received a letter from the court, but I can't understand the contents. Can you explain it to me? I will send the letter copy for you later. Thank you.
Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Please see the attachment. Than you.
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Is it the court completed the N39 form and hand it to the defendant, or do I need to fill in the N39 form and hand it to the defendant (or officer)? I am confused about this issue. Also If the court did not send me the second N39 form before the date for questioning to me, how can I sign the affidavit before the lawyer?Please give me a help. Thank you.

So they never sent two Copies?

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
No. I just received a letter.
Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Please see the other attachment. Thank you.

Ok - then you should take a second copy. Keep that copy yourself.

The N39 needs to be personally served upon D.

That is the Court order to attend questioning.

You then need to serve an affidavit to the Court saying that N39 has been personally served.

That is all you do. It is not difficult.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Hi Jamie.I haven't receive two orders of N39 form from the court. Please see before the attachment again. What should I to serve the debtor with in person? I can't find the defendant, and he doesn't have a lawyer. Also I pay done ready of the court fee to the CCMCC. What should I to do now? Thank you.

Yes, I realise that. You need one copy of N39.

Then take a copy of that.

If you can't find the Defendant, then you can't serve it. It needs to be served personally on the Defendant.

Those are the rules.

Does that assist?

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Is it the court completed the N39 form and hand it to the defendant (or officer), or do I need to fill in the N39 form and hand it to the defendant (or officer)? I am confused about this issue.....

No. The Court gives you N39 and you hand it to the Defendant.

Does that clarify?

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
I understand now. Thank you of your help.

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