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  1. Thanks so much. If the County Court some how made a judgment, the debtor could set it aside by filing an N244 form. Is that right?
  2. Sorry if I my question was not clear. You said somewhere in part 6 of the CPR it says that a creditor cannot get a County Court judgment against a debtor residing overseas in a country like Oz or New Zealand. I need to know the exact section you are referring to. Reading the whole of part 6 is confusing. If you could please give me the exact section you are referring to so I can read that section, I would appreciate it so much?
  3. I've looked through those rules but don't know which part exactly applies to a debtor living in Oz or New Zealand (e.g. 6.23(1)). Please help.
  4. Sorry, but do you know which section of the Civil Procedure Act it is?
  5. Thanks cerberusalert. Do you know what rule or law says that you can not get a CCJ against someone who does not live in the UK or have an address for service in the UK?
  6. The find law website says that “a County Court judgment can only be obtained against a UK resident and cannot legally be obtained against a debtor that is living outside the UK”. I have 2 questions: 1. Can someone tell me what is the authority for this (i.e. what is the rule/law that says that you cannot get a debt enforced through the county courts against someone who does not reside in the UK)??? 2. Does this rule apply if for example the person obtained a monetary judgment through a Tribunal and then wanted to enforce it through the County Court??
  7. The find law website says that “a County Court judgment can only be obtained against a UK resident and cannot legally be obtained against a debtor that is living outside the UK”. I have 2 questions: 1. Can someone tell me what is the authority for this (i.e. what is the rule/law that says that you cannot get a debt enforced through the county courts against someone who does not reside in the UK)??? 2. Does this rule apply if for example the person obtained a money judgment through a Tribunal and then wanted to enforce it through the County Court?? In terms of setting CC
  8. Thank you "papasmurf1cx" and "jackieandwayne" for your advice and support. I have spoken to my friend recently and it appears that this claim maybe in the public domain in a matter of weeks. It is appalling that a UK leading home and general merchandise retailer with families as their primary customer base can encourage bullying in the workplace. .
  9. I have a friend who was bullied by a male manager at A Well Known Retail Store. I witnessed my friend being bullied and unfortunately, could not complain about it because I am still employed by this company. The male manager spoke to my friend aggressively, overloaded them with work and discriminated against them. My friend was bullied for over a year. Over this period, my friend made several complaints to HR and their line manager's boss who is the Company Secretary of the parent company. None of the managers did anything to help my friend in anyway and instead supported the manag
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