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I have a friend who has signed an IVA with her ex husband. This was signed just before they split and was drawn up with a solicitor, stating that he would maintain the payments agreed with regard to the IVA. He has since stopped paying and all correspondence is dealt with through him. My question is can they still pursue the Consumer credit act law, in relation to stopping payments until such time as the credit companies can deliver the information they are required to provide by law? If I have worded this wrong or if someone could help I can provide more information. I have myself used the consumer credit act but am unsure of the legal complications regarding a signed IVA. All help would be much appreciated.

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