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  1. Thanks. Will be only 'token' as this is my ex wife and debt in her name and she is currently on long term sick at work so she will be able to prove she can afford i.e. not a lot
  2. If this all goes wrong and we have to pay debt of £1291 should we make a settlement offer (a friend has offered) - is there a template? what % is reasonable? do we ask them to meet any conditions e.g. mark debt settled? Thanks
  3. court attended and judge has adjourned asking Bryan Carter to prove we last paid monies as they state on 13.6.12 of £89.47 thus meaning not SB
  4. at top of thread http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?409018-Lowells-etc-chasing-Lloyds-debt-prob-already-SB-d-claimform Basic Account Holder Cagger sinceJan 2011Posts110 Court date - Judgement set aside Hi guy's have a court date to have judgement set aside (did not receive claim form, believe statute barred) Bryan Carter solicitors are not attending hearing and have sent me a copy of letter to court which I'd like to respond to - this is attached and would welcome any advice - (this is for ex wife who will not be attending due to illness) - Thanks Attached Files MX-2614N_20140527_132303.pdf‎ (48.3 KB, 16 views)
  5. Thanks for all advice - ex wife will be attending court armed with defence below on each of claimants points (see attachment) - reasonable? Judgement was challenged and application made to set aside 2. No correspondence has been received other than court summons which I then challenged appx 1.2.14 and paid to have judgement set aside 3. Defence was filed as soon as aware of court documents. There was a delay at Northampton court where I applied as I thought I was exempt because not working at the time - fee was since paid £80 to have judgement set aside 4. I have no knowledge of payment £89.47 on 13.6.12. This needs to be proved and I still believe statue barred (over 6 years old) even debt is relevant 5. No proof of debt received or proved 6. No instalments will be paid as I feel debt not applicable. I am also not working at moment with no assets - (house sold and no equity) 7. Debt not valid and should be set aside
  6. Apologies for being stupid, yes we received court papers which we then applied and paid to have judgement set aside
  7. Andy she is off long term sick at the moment - what is likely success if she gets to court (unlikely) - her defence would be not received any letters and payment they refer to no knowledge of paying - is there something more articulate in terms of defence? Thank you, Pete
  8. Hi guy's have a court date to have judgement set aside (did not receive claim form, believe statute barred) Bryan Carter solicitors are not attending hearing and have sent me a copy of letter to court which I'd like to respond to - this is attached and would welcome any advice - (this is for ex wife who will not be attending due to illness) - Thanks
  9. Thank you - is there an 'offer' template just in case - e.g. if she owes £1000 what would be a reasonable lump sum offer which they would likely close file?
  10. Thank you - should there be stuff in there regarding not receiving claim form?
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