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Hi My partner split up last year with his ex. They owned a house together in Denmark which they sold, leaving them with negative equity of £70k. The debt has been split between the two of them. My partner's ex is paying her part of the debt and me and my partner have moved to the UK. He has part time work but doesn't earn much. We have now received a letter from a UK debt collection agency (at our old address, not our current address where we have lived for 6 months) asking for immediate payment of the debt and threatening to take legal proceedings. Does anyone have any advice on what we do next? Do we have to deal with the debt collection agency? I know the rules are slightly different as he's from Denmark. Many thanks in advance. Jo
I have some long standing debts in Denmark , I have just got a letter from a uk based debt recovery company , what can they do can they take me to court , I have herd that the rules in the uk with Danish debt are different , any info would be great
Don't know whether you can help or not, and whether you know anything about Danish law. Just before Christmas last year, XXX was going to work on his bike but didn't have the back light on it as he couldn't find it. Instead of going on the bike path, he decided to go down the back streets. A policeman on a motorbike pulled him up, and wrote a ticket for XXX for 46 euros. He told XXX the paperwork for it would be sent to him in the post so he could pay the fine. He finally received the paperwork a week ago, this time the fine has increased to 128 euros. The reason being he didn't have the paperwork to pay it straight away. Because the police have only just sent him the paperwork, he has to pay the increase. He did have a reflector on the back of his bike, I don't know whether that would make any difference. He's told the police that he has a young baby, but thery said he still has to pay it in one go. He's told me that 128 euros, is four days wages. I would be very grateful if you could offer any advice that might help him. If it had happened over here, he would probably have just got a warnin