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£50 debt, CCJ and Defence Statement Help Urgent, Pls

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Ge (Debenhams Store Card) has secured a CCJ against me in April 2008 claiming a £50-plus debt. I got to know there was a debt of £50-plus on the account when I wanted to buy a cmputer on loan after credit check. I contacted Ge to settle the bill in 2009 and was directed to Cohen (Debt collector agent) asked me to pay £147-plus without telling me this had been taken to court already . I decided to pay Cohen £147.


This year, after checking my credit I realised there is CCJ against me from Ge. The court letter was served to my old address so I didn't know when this happen.


I have already been to court to Set Aside the Judgement using N244 form and now the court asked me submit a Defence Statement by this coming Tuesday.


Please advice on how to write this type of Defence Statement and type of documents needed to send in with this statement.


Please this is very urgent as i am naive in this that of issue. Pls i really really need a very quick help from anybody with knowledge.


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Thanks for letting me know. I didn't realise this.


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