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Hi all. I was under the impression that a resident of Scotland couldn`t be taken to court in England over a debt. I recently recieved a summons from Poole County Court and just ignored it as I didnt believe it had jurisdiction. I have since been served with a CCJ!

Can anybody help me out?

Many thanks in advance.

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Hi, jaffacat.

 

I think you should have defended it, I did with a claim made against me from Northampton County Court, I defended it telling them they did not have jurisdiction, and the case was thrown out.

 

I'm not really very good with CCJ's but think this link might help.......

 

National Debtline England & Wales | Debt Advice | Factsheet 12 How To Set Aside A Judgment In The County Court

 

I'll see if I can get someone to help.

 

Regards.

 

Scott.


 
 

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Thanks for that. I never defended as I assumed that when it was called in court someone would notice the Scottish address and throw it out!

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Hi,

 

Another Mod Ell-enn, has suggested getting in touch with the Govan Law Centre.......

 

Govan Community Law Centre, Glasgow, Scotland | Free legal resources

 

They will keep you right.

 

Regards.

 

Scott.


 
 

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now the problem is it will cost you to ge the ccj set aside to contest the jurisdicton

 

you will need to download a n244 form from th english court web pages and fill in saying that you want it set aside on the basis that you live in scotland

 

oyu have been up here for over 3 months yes?

 

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just thought of something:

 

 

anoter cagger worte to the company that obtained the ccj and asked them to remove on the basis they will be applying for it to be set aside due to jurisdiction and that they would be applying for the costs in doing so and they company did remove it.

 

if i can mind the thread i'll post it up

 

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maybe try:

Dear XXXXXXXX,

Re ccj reference xxxxxxxxxxx

I have recently been made aware that you obtained a ccj against me at XXXXXXXX Court.

Please be advised that if you do not cancel the ccj and remove it from my credit file within the next 7 days I will be applying to the courts to have the ccj set aside on the basis that XXXXXXXXX court has no jurisdiction and that NAME OF COMPANY have abused court process as you are fully aware that I am resident in Scotland.

Please also note that as costs will be involved to apply for the set aside I will also be applying for the costs involved in doing so and any other costs at the courts discretion.

As this maybe an oversight on your part, I am willing to give you 7 days to resolve this matter amicably without wasting the courts time. If no reposne or positive response is received then I will proceed with the set aside.

Yours Sincerely,


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