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'An installment decree was granted on 22nd March 2004 for the amount £1449.47 and expenses of £189.47, with time to pay of £20 per month was granted.'

I have been paying this amount and have now paid £1464 in total so far. However, there is stil £813 outstanding on my account. The extra money being interest added to date and also costs involved in tracing my address and employment (i moved a couple of times since the decree was granted) Do I legally have to pay this extra amount or only the amount stated by the court?

It was originally a black horse loan, taken over by Hillesden Securities Ltd and Nolan Solicitors are dealing with it on their behalf!

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a decree also includes 8% interest per annum

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Interest is only payable if awarded by the judge in the decree, and would be shown on it somehwre as payable. But I also thought I'd always read on CAG interest was normally only granted if the amount the creditor claimed for was more than £5000 for consumer related agreements?

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In Scotland - interest is automatically added to a decree unless the defendant requests and can show that no interest should be added.

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