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  1. Hi & can anyone help 07-2006 Southampton City Council informed me of a liability order from Southampton magistrates granted 11-04 re 13 months council tax - from 2003-4 I hadn't stayed 13 months, but arranged to pay £12 per month from 2007 to late last year my payments flowed by post, with Southampton Local Taxation services sending me a receipt ~[later payment slips] in response to each installment then the payment slips stopped, late last year, [about half the principle paid off] I paraphrase "Oi" says I "make with the receipts" in case it was a mistake or whatever So then Southampton Local Taxation Services write back saying the payment slips cannot be sent.... because.... "your liability for council tax in Southampton has ceased." [6 years ish after magistrates liability order established][& is the only liability known of] doesn't this letter plainly & unequivocally discharge the liability? Complaint has started with the Southampton local taxation services office but Equita are sending mean letters, threatening property seizure, etc [household has now & has only had minimum benefit level income since 2004] Another complication is I'm now in Scotland So, will a company of sheriff's officers write to me separately before they force entry? What would really be appreciated is any reason-set for why the noted phrase "your liability for council tax in Southampton has ceased." might NOT be a discharge of the liability [am I misapprehending liability law?] Any advice would be much appreciated
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