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  1. Hi all. Went bankrupt in 2008 and included a welcome loan in it as a debt. Last year received a CCJ from them claiming repayment, filed a defence saying it was included in the bankruptcy, now received a demand saying i need to provide proof or they will proceed with the claim. Do i need to provide proof, surely its not that hard to prove i was bankrupt They claim they cant locate any proof of the bankruptcy. if so HOW DO i prove it??? Rgds
  2. Hello, Hope someone can help me out here with what may happen next. Cabot put a charging order on an old credit debt and it was granted for the sum of £8k (this was around 2 years ago, the mortgage has around 8 years to go. Not paid anything (I know I should have done something!). However now they have sent me a BANKRUPTCY WARNING and have 14 days to respond and come to an arrangement ??? Wish I could pay it all but can't, although I may be able to get hold of maybe £2k (family). In this type of scenario would they settle for less or hold out for the lot ??? Please advise, thank you
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