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  1. I have been living abroad for the last 18month and fortunately enough I visited the Uk on holiday on to find an SDA through the letter box. I called the process server to find out what it was all about, he informed me that he had to serve a bankruptcy petition and wanted to know where he could come to meet him. As I was flying out of the country the next day, I informed him that I was not resident in the country and did not receive any information from them. Returned to the UK a few weeks ago only to find a Substituted SDA stamped by the court and sent by Ist Credit solicitors notifying
  2. I posted this earlier but later i saw this part of the forum which seems to be relevant to the issue so i posted here...am sorry for the double posting but i dont know how to transfer the other post to this subforum......so please be gentle and help me.... Today i got statutory demand under section 268(1) of the insolvency act 1986. Debt for liquidated sum payable immediately...from the council for council tax i have attached the letter here .....please i will appreciate any help as iam told i have 18 days to set it aside what should i do......is there any way out .....is there a
  3. Dear All, I am urgently looking for some help & support - I just received a notice "B10 Notice of registration of a bankruptcy notice" informing me of "(22.07.2011) BANKRUPTCY NOTICE entered under section 86(2) of the Land Registration Act 2002 in respect of a pending action..." and giving me a reference to a petition entered in the High Court!! This is the first thing I have heard from anyone and rang the court who confirmed a petition had been filed on 19/07/2011 by: Lowell Portfolio Limited Graheam Danby Solicitors Case Ref: 921286839 Tel: 0113 3086043 Litigation
  4. Long story short... business suffered when clients went out of business owing me lots of money - so incurred massive debts. Coop Bank are due approx £11K (they keep adding default sums and interest, despite being a DMP for a bit and also me writing to them asking to stop this). I entered into a DMP with SOLACE, made 2-3 payments, then discovered they went out of business and payments to card companies were not being made. I wrote to Coop and others to tell them this and started paying £40 to each of them - totally more than I could afford, to be honest, and also not pro rata. Eventua
  5. Hi We have been trying to resolve our tax issues with HMRC for about two years: 1. Returns kept on being sent to an incorrect address. This meant a delay of about a year in resolving things with HMRC. HMRC insisted that they needed the original returns before considering time to pay. 2. HMRC sent a statutory demand to an incorrect address. Then apparently to an office address. Under EC regulations I believe that the demand was also served in the wrong Country. 3. The bankruptcy petition was sent to the same incorrect address again. Then to an office address. As far as
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