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  1. +1 - no idea what Johnson and handcocks latest edicts are let alone if they will be the same tomorrow - and honestly - don't give a shoot - I'll stick with common sense to protect myself, my loved ones and others. Handcock turned up at a GP practice to promote the distribution of the vaccine today - and they hadn't had the 'expected' delivery had they? - I think thats a prime example of what useless, clueless and careless numpties they are - along with the utter BS handcock spouted after that ICU nurses desperate statements.
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  2. You could use either....its whether there will be any actual court attendance involved...possibly not with the current covid restriction's in place and therefore a remote hearing.If you issue through Scotland all will be dealt with in Scotland...if you issue through MCOL...it will be the defendants court unless you get it transferred up to Scottish Courts...complicated..even more so if you have to execute judgment or having to deal with jurisdiction. I would Issue through MCOL...far simpler....and all can be dealt with without having to attend an English Court.
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  3. I will ask my colleague @Andyorch to chip in on the procedure to be used.
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  4. welcome 1st a CCJ does not expire, but after 6yrs since judgement should the claimant have failed to enforce it it become far more difficult almost impossible. the issuance of the intitial claimform also stops the SB clock so the debt never now becomes SB. there is to all intent and purpose little Lowells can do, most certainly they are a DCA , a DCA is NOT A BAILIFF and has ZERO LEGAL POWERS on ANY debt no matter what it's type. Lowell don't do doorsteppers but even if they did or get another DCA to do their dirty work, you are quite safe to tell them to leave y
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