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  1. The SD is dead, when I applied to have it set aside a copy was sent to by the court to Credit Agricole the debt owner, it was part of my appeal that Credil Limits were not authorised to make the application. Credit Limits then withdrew the application. As far as I am aware Credit Agricole did not respond. Creditl Limits came back to me ignoring the grounds of appeal see letter 15/4. They refer to statute barred, the loan was for double glazing it was not part of the mortgage so I still contend that the 5 year rule applies. I did not contest the original French court order but bef
  2. Credit Agricole who incidently did not respond to the Set Aside hearing. I have not had any contact from Credit Agricole since 9/11/2012
  3. CLI having withdrawn from their Statutory Demand and Court Judgement given in my favour have now threatened an EEO. The debt is for double glazing in France and there are several issues. My concern at the moment is who has jurisdiction, the original court order was made in France and I am sure that it is CLI pushing for the debt and not the lender Credit Agricole.
  4. Many thanks, the loan was with a bank the french court judgement was dated 9/11/2012, so is it still 5 years or 10? Just to confirm I received nothing from the bank after the court order. The DCA said initially that they 'have been appointed'
  5. Thank you, so does the court order need to be a UK court?
  6. Had a loan for double glazing on my home in France advised bank November 2011 that I was having difficulties told them that the house was up for sale and I would redeem the loan from the proceeds. The house was also mortgaged with another french bank who in July 2013 repossessed the property (with equity) so we lost our home and did not hear from the bank again. I advised the double glazing loan bank of the repossession so no proceeds for which to repay them. In November 2012 (before repossession) the glazing loan bank obtained a french court order against us. No activity at all
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