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    • as they target commercial vehicles it isnt usually necessary to get the keeper details, they just demand money from the company that has their logo plastered on the side of the lorry. There is also different law surrounding their demands as the POFA doesnt apply and it isnt a consumer contract. You will unfortunately need to do a lot of reading up about these people as they ahve had mixed success in the courts so a bit of a lottery as to what bits of previous cases to use as being relevant.   However, the signage is on your side as ity mentions removal of vehicles, which means that unless the byelaws specifically allow it (and then the cost of removal doesnt necessarily ahve to be borne by the vehicle owner) then it is  unlawful and possibly illegal so that makes the whole contract void as it is a criminal compact   Proserve have a very complicated arrangement with the landowner and that means they have to pay the landowner for every trespass and then claim the money back form the vehicle driver/owner. in practicve they dont pay a peny in advance (can you imagine how long they would be inbusiness if they ahd to fork out hundreds of thousands a week with little prospect of recovering those advances?)   they also stop vehicles entering the docks if the company that owns it refuses to pay or has beaten them in court before despite not having any powers to do so. A vindictive, dishonest outfit.
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Hi everybody just looking for some advice:|

 

I had a debt with next which they quite swiftly passed onto a debt agency event though i had only missed 2 payments.

 

The debt agency were very funny with me and wanted the full payment up front which i said i couldnt afford.

 

Anyway i have now had a letter from HMCS, stamped chesterfield county court on it.

 

It says: Unless this amount is paid to the above address, within 48 hours i must execute the warrant by seizing your goods and selling them at public auction to satisfy this amount and the further costs incurred by the seizure and sale.

 

Final notice before we enter your premises WHETHER YOU ARE THERE OR NOT TO EXECUTE THE WARRANT.

 

All cheques and postal orders should be made to HMCS.

 

This letter has been hand delivered by the courts bailiff.

 

It has a name and number of the court bailiff at the bottom.

 

Now the amount last time is saw it was £350 but on this letter it says the warrant is for £172.25

 

Now if i ring them, will they listen to me and let me pay in installments?

 

I just need some help.:|

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havve you not had any court papers or a ccj

 

this sounds funny?

 

dx


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if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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I did recieve court documents and sent them back with a figure of installments but have heard nothing since.

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so you have paid nowt since they got the ccj?

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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No i didnt get anything back which said if they had accepted this or not etc

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then i think you need to apply to get this set-aside if you did not receive the ccj with the judgement listed.

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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When paying a CCJ its never made to the court or HMCS. Its always paid to the creditor.

 

DX is right, If the judgement is genuine then file an application at court to apply to have the order set aside.

 

If the Judgement is not genuine then have a read of this: http://www.statutelaw.gov.uk/content.aspx?LegType=All+Primary&PageNumber=1&NavFrom=2&parentActiveTextDocId=1663425&activetextdocid=1663463


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Also its for £172 for the warrant,

 

Is this the normal price for the warrant?

 

I have the Court Bailiff ringing me in the morning.

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The law prescribing fees chargeable by a bailiff collecting unpaid County Court Judgments is County Court Fees Order(Amended 1994) 1982. Where the sum of money to be recovered is £125 or less, the bailiffs fee is £25, where the sum recovered is more than £125 then the fee is £45.

 

As for the £172, the bailiff has probably just made that up.


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so the £172 is a load of crap basically?

 

Lets say i want to come to a conclusion and pay it but i want to be nice about it How would i explain this to him on the phone in the morning.

 

I dont want to be arsey with him because i dont need the hassle.

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