Advice on capquest Statutory Demand for Bankruptcy in Debt Collection Agencies Posted May 9, 2011 Slightly crossed lines I think. I received an SD So I informed CQ that I intended to set aside and smack them for costs. They instantly replied with a letter that I had to sign for stating that the SD was nullified. Reason for the registered letter in my opinion was to short circuit any demand I made for costs. I may be wrong but I was of the opinion that once a SD is issued then the issuer cannot stop you from starting the set aside process by declaring that they do not wish to proceed. In my case as I know capquest do not have a leg to stand on, they were making sure that they had signed for proof that I knew that they had withdrawn the SD to show to the Judge to negate my request for costs. SG you are correct, set aside first then costs schedule afterwards but costs filed at court before the date of hearing.