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  1. About two weeks ago (Jan 2019) I received a letter from DrysdensFairfax solicitors acting on behalf of CapQuest for a debt of £9900.07 which I want to defend on the basis of its being and unenforceable debt. The original credit agreement was with Virgin Money and dates from 2005 The original default letter dates from 2009. The debt has increased due to 'various court charges etc charges' that aren't itemised They issued court proceedings in 2014 which I defended, and they put a stay on the case.. they have recently requested for the stay to be lifted and a court date has been set for March 2019. I have objected to this for many reasons (it seems very poor professional practice to delay a case for no reason for almost 10 years. I currently have a completely clear credit record with no loans/credit cards/defaults of any kind on it. The court date of 1st March seems very soon for me to prepare my defence. Can I ask for it to be delayed. Any advice much appreciated. Thank you
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