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CCJ for solicitors bill...DC chasing before court order deadline.

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Hello, I would be pleased if anyone could offer any pointers on a sticky situation!.

 

Basically due to divorce etc I have been left unable to pay a lot of debts. Most are under control but one is not. I have recently received a CCJ in respect of a solicitors bill I cannot pay in the region of £9k. CCJ is for 9k + 10k costs totalling just under £20k. I have until begining of next week to pay direct to complainant.

 

I had an intimidating letter from a debt company today saying I have 7 days to pay them (the DC).

 

Court order says payment by next week direct to solicitors, DC says payment in full in 7 days to them. Seems a conflict to me and totally premature given deadline hasn't passed.

 

Importantly, the DC letter is claiming for an extra 4k in addition to the court order!

 

What do I do? Do I write to the court? The DC? Can I get an extension from anyone? Will complain to solicitors reg. authority anyway but doesn't help the immediate position which seems to be flouting the court's order.

 

Any help would be much appreciated!!

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Where did the £10k costs come from ? :eek:


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Sharp practice to say the least! Ok'ed by Judge.

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Sharp practice to say the least! Ok'ed by Judge.

 

How long did the case go on for?

 

Did you contest the CCJ?

 

There is no way in hell I'd pay 10k costs.

 

Jogs

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Requests to settle went for about a year. Each one informed couldn't pay. Didn't get to hearing due to mix up of dates! :(

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Requests to settle went for about a year. Each one informed couldn't pay. Didn't get to hearing due to mix up of dates! :(

 

What I'm trying to establish is the chain of events from the issuing of the N1 to the judgement.

 

In as much detail as possible.

 

Jogs

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ok...

 

Form was issued

Defence and counterclaim filed

Hearing listed

Adjourned and relisted

Heard at County Court.

Other side represented by Barrister

I failed to attend.

Judgement made

DC contacted me

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correction - defence filed stating that bill was inappropriate and subject to complaint to governing body. No counter claim

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that failed to attend really really hurts your case here :(

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i know....self-kicking took place for some time. Judge just gave whatever was asked in my absence presumably.

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