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My daughter and her partner each took a loan out seperately about a year and a half ago. They have both defaulted on their payments, and now he has an attachment of earnings order (they have never chased my daughter for hers, I think probably because she was on sick leave and then maternity leave).

 

If Welcome went under, how would this affect the attachment of earnings order? I know the company would go into receivership, but is he stuck with the order now as it's come from the court? I'm assuming it's too late now to challenge the agreement.

 

Any replies appreciated :)

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maggie

did you get any docs from the court

 

for an attachment of earnings, a ccj would have been issued as the order was not being paid

 

is it welcome dealing with this or solicitors

 

its verystrange for welcome to go legal in such a short ammount of time

 

need confirmation on a ccj

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Thanks for replying.

 

Yes it did go to court, unfortunately correspondence and court was ignored by daughter and OH, he was sent income and expenditure form from the court and they ignored that as well (heads in sand :rolleyes:), there is CCJ as far as I can make out.

 

However all this is irrelevant now - he's just found out he's been made redundant today :mad:. Do you know what happens to attachment of earnings now - meaning they are not going to get their money through earnings so will it go back to court etc?

 

Hope this makes sense, thanks for looking :)

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who is he making payments to

is it welcome

there solicitors

the court

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He is saying it's the court

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he needs to send a letter to the court telling about the redundency asap

 

mind you

 

all he will be paying now is a quid a week

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i need you to ask him some questions

was a default notice received

do you still have a copy of the court claim form

 

there is a chance on getting the ccj set asside

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They are having a look - they moved house 3 months ago so not sure if they've still got documents, will come back to this when (and if :rolleyes:) they find them.

 

Thanks again.

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