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Set aside court date what next?

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Hi guys thanks for your help in the past.


I had applied to set aside a stat notice and have a date in September to attend court. Since then the debt agency has been in contact and have said that I should go and get a solicitor to represent me or offer to settle before the date. The debt isn't mine, that is the reason I am fighting it.


What happens next when I attend on the date given? I have no experience of this that is why I am asking for some helpful hints or tips. Thanks.





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I would take them up on their advice. If you are certain the debt isnt yours any Solicitor worth their salt would rub their hands at getting a nice little earner.


It would also hit the DCA with a nice costs bill.

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