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Charging order - How may I object ?

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Dear Rhodium 78

I have a (final) charging order hearing on Tue 6 Jul.

 

I was granted an instalment order on 29.5.08. This contained two orders (1) to pay instalments (2) the claimant could still go for a c/order.

 

The claimant said in a letter in 2008 that they intended to do this.

 

The claimant made an application for a charging order on 23.10.09. The interim c/o was made on 4.11.09.

I have made all instalment payments to date.

 

Though I have not sent an objection letter 7 days in advance do you think

(a) the judge will read and take note of a letter put on file so close to the hearing

(b) I have a strong case for the c/o to be discharged

 

Sincerely

ATF

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I would certainly get a list of objections together and get them in a letter to the Court.

If you do not object, then the Judge will finalise the Charging Order by default.

 

You must be pro-active on this.


 

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