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  1. Hello all, I am dealing with TM legal services on behalf of my wife and am after some advice. In Feb of 2017 a claim was made against my wife at Leicester county court by asset collections for an old lending stream debt. I defended this by admitting to the original loan but disputing the astronomical fees and charges. The judge ordered the balance of the claim be struck out. My wife has just started a new job and has had to undergo background checks. To our horror it showed up that she has a CCJ in the name of asset collections issued by Northampton county court business centre in June of 2018 that we knew nothing about. On getting the details from Northampton court it is for the same debt that had previously been struck out and Asset collections had got this default judgement by serving the papers to an address we had moved from 3 years earlier despite having served the paperwork the first time at our current address. My wife is about to lose her new job over this, does anyone know where we stand? Thank you
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