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  1. I Have hit the triangle, fingers crossed! Thank you again and have a good day
  2. HI there, thank you for your time on this one. Where you mention hitting the warning triangle, where is it? Bit of a newby and the only one I see is to report a post
  3. It is an landlord. I was in a joint tenancy and the other party ran off with the money without paying. Although attending the CCJ hearing in 2001, admitting responsibility, he still ran off so I am left with the burden of this action against me.
  4. Thankyou for your pointers. Is there a process they should have followed then within that initial 6 years to have the CCJ extended for enforcement? I also notice that limitation act does not apply to those original judgements, however it does apply to fresh action on judgements. I would be interested to know opinions over what a 'new' or 'fresh' action may be? I will be offering settlement of the original judgement, but is going for a charging order a new action on the judgement and therefore statute barred in this scenario?
  5. Hi All, In 2000, I was issued with a CCJ for £5125 from a dispute that arose from the non payment of rent by another tenant under a joint tenancy (land law tenancy agreement). I had a review of my finances in 2000 at the local county court who advised I did not have the means to pay. In July 2010, after hearing nothing from them for 10 years, I now own a house jointly with my better half (who had no involvement in the original CCJ). The hearing for the charging order is in two weeks. Now they have decided to enforce the original judgement, I may offer to satisfy the original judgement in
  6. Hi Cerberus, Thank you for all your help with this matter. So, basically, I should wait until I receive a letter from the courts and then take it from there, should the court accept their request? Additionally, if they apply to the court, what happens then? Many thanks, much appreciated!
  7. Following the posts above, what would be the best/ most recommended approach for me?
  8. Given that that after 8 years they have still not enforced it, I am tempted to just leave it until they write to me at the correct address and the court have backed the enforcement. At such time, I guess I will have to make an arrangement with them to pay the monies (although morally not in agreement). Is this a recommended approach? Legal stuff heh! I was just worried that a CCJ would be just reapplied to my credit file.
  9. Given that that after 8 years they have still not enforced it, I am tempted to just leave it until they write to me at the correct address and the court have backed the enforcement. At such time, I guess I will have to make an arrangement with them to pay the monies (although morally not in agreement). Is this a recommended approach? Legal stuff heh! I was just worried that a CCJ would be just reapplied to my credit file.
  10. So is it a challenge for them to re-raise the enforcement after nearly 8 years? Also, will I get a new CCJ on my credit file if they do this? THey are also writing to my parents address and not to me.
  11. Dear All, I need some of your wisdom. I was renting an apartment with a colleague in 2000, paying my half of the rent into his account for him to pay it all to the landlord. It was a joint and severably liable tenancy. The long and short of it, he ran off without any payment to the landlord and left us both distraught and the landlor £7k short. The landlord then sought proceedings via the county court to recover lost rent and his solicitors fees. In all the judge asked the landlord to release me from the debt as I was able to prove my payments. However, he held that I was not to be releas
  12. Dear All, I need some of your wisdom. I was renting an apartment with a colleague in 2000, paying my half of the rent into his account for him to pay it all to the landlord. It was a joint and severably liable tenancy. The long and short of it, he ran off without any payment to the landlord and left us both distraught and the landlor £7k short. The landlord then sought proceedings via the county court to recover lost rent and his solicitors fees. In all the judge asked the landlord to release me from the debt as I was able to prove my payments. However, he held that I was not to be releas
  13. Hi All, I originally moved into a property on the 31/05/08 and after 'encouragement' by the CAB, the landlord finally paid my deposit (£750.00) into one of the schemes on the 27/02/09. On 27/02/09 I also gave my notice to quit the accomodation on th 31/03/09 (this month). My tenancy contract is between myself and my landlord, but set up by an ageny on a 'let only' basis. I notice within the original documentation that the Agency look to charge the tenant £120.00 for checking out the flat upon vacating. Two questions have arisen: - 1. Now that the landlord has paid the deposit into the s
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