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  1. :-)I also don't believe that but hey he needed to 'win' somehow!! I will certainly be very careful with this cheque...
  2. Just to update. I have today received a settlement, along with a nasty letter saying that the person had been informed by the court that he would have a very good case but he has decided not to pursue it. Also quite an unpleasant few comments. I'm a bit sad as have done everything legally and above board. However, all I wanted was the acknowledgement that this money was owed. Never mind, and thanks so much for all your help!
  3. I have sent a recorded letter this morning, enclosing more copies of claim and judgements dates, mentioning the warrant of execution, the 1882 act, the fact that I had e mailed him informing him that I was taking the case to the small claims court and still have a copy of this e mail, that I have done everything correctly, that he had refused to act reasonably throughout, that i had photographic evidence of the issues that he has refused to look at and that I hoped to receive a settlement in 7 days. Phew!
  4. I will. Thanks again. I'll write a splendid letter tomorrow
  5. excellent stuff. Thank you. I'm loving the 1882 act.
  6. Well my thoughts were that surely, if he had any sense, he would have read the copy of the judgement I sent with a request for payment and thuoght 'hang on' before sending the money and then thinking - well whatever he thought - ie: 'ooh I didn't get those papers', or 'shall I say I didn;t get those papers'... Surely by sending the money he is admitting that he owed it?? To suddenly remember he didn't know anything about a court judgement seems well a bit odd..
  7. I think I'll carry on with the route of writing to him again, and then see what happens. he will be paying to get the judgement set aside i guess, so in the long run, he's losing out. All we have lost is £25 - plus of course what he owes us. What he owes us would be wonderful to get back as I feel he really should pay, but to be honest, he is being so unpleasant I intend to take this as far as possible as it's really becoming a principle as much as anything else. I have been seriously upset and verbally abused by this person when absolutely none of it was necessary. Not a nice situation.
  8. We have the cheque as it was sent back to us.
  9. That's pretty mch what I did last time. he sent the money straight away as I said but then decided he hadn't known anything about a Claim! I will do it once more. This time not being quite so friendly..
  10. It's less than £500. I will go for the warrant I think - or at least warn him I am and that the extra £100 will be added.
  11. Yes, they would have sent them, he's just denying he got them...Thanks so much for your help.
  12. Sorry to keep asking questions, but is this likely ? I mean the papers were all clearly served, he paid me, (before taking it back ) ? Is 'not getting the paperwork' a defence? My correspondance to him went to the same address adn got there...
  13. But how will he get the judgement turned over if he paid without quibbling initially, and staiting he didn't receive either the claim or the judgment but all of my correspondance....?
  14. it was three days, but I had been able to draw on it, so had done!
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