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  1. 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'
  2. 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 since March 18 when Credit Limits International wrote to me to say that that had been appointed to recover the debt. Nothing received from the debt owner to say that they had made any appointment. suspect that CLI have bought the debt. I have not responded to any demand from CLI having read the post here. Now I have received from an employee of CLI who is a legal executive (info on CLI website) a form 6.1`. It being a Statutory demand under the insolvency act It was issued by the employee for CLI an behalf of the creditor. saying I should apply to the court if I wanted it to be set aside. (No reference). This notice came to me without any covering letter or any notification from the original creditor. Do I now respond to the court (no reference) explaining my case or wait until I receive notification from the court?
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