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Hi,

 

I have a court date for a couple of weeks time, but I no longer live in the UK.

 

I still have a property in the UK, which is rented out, and the DCA are going for a Charging Order.

 

They have not complied with a CCA request dated 18th June, and this is to be my defence.

 

As I'm not in the UK anymore, I'm not going to be able to attend court.

 

Can anyone offer any advice on how best to proceed?

 

Do I need to/should I pay a local solicitor to represent me in court?

 

Any advice would be gratefully received.

 

Luke

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If it was me in your position, I would fight to get the original CCJ set aside as you can prove you weren't in the UK, and fight the charging order as well on the non production of the CCA....you need to write a frim defence asking for an adjournment. Or get a solicitor who is fully au fait with the Consumer Credit Act to represent you....

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