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  1. I had tills on lease purchase - put in lump deposit towards finance and then paid monthly. it was a 3 year deal, but unfortunately recession hit and i stopped paying, so only about 1yr in. initially they chased for cash and repossession of tills - havent got a problem with that but was reluctant to give back asset until a written agreement reached. meanwhile they have now served court papers going for a CCJ to recoup monies. but no mention of actual asset. MY QUERY is this... ... if they win CCJ [which to be honest is the least of my financial worries at the moment and my credit is shot to hell anyway; but I will put in an I&E to show difficulties with repaying to request a pay plan] are they still entitled to the asset? they do not mention it at all in their CCJ - do they waive their rights by doing the CCJ and not referring to the asset. selling the asset will not repay the whole debt. thank for any help.
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