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I assume it was SCT and the claim had been allocated..therefore CPR 18 is not applicable.

 

Andy

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I assume it was SCT and the claim had been allocated..therefore CPR 18 is not applicable.

 

Andy

 

Hi Andyorch

Any ideas on how to enforce a debt of circa 300 pounds. It appears Lowell are still issuing demands to alleged debtors when they can't even pay their own debs. Deadline from Judge was December 13th.

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Hi Andyorch

Any ideas on how to enforce a debt of circa 300 pounds. It appears Lowell are still issuing demands to alleged debtors when they can't even pay their own debs. Deadline from Judge was December 13th.

 

I believe you go back to the court to advise them and you can apply for an enforcement order, so you can send the bailiffs in.

 

http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part70

 

Suggest that you remind Lowell that they have not paid and that if the money is not received in 7 days, you will be asking the court to enforce using bailiffs.

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I believe you go back to the court to advise them and you can apply for an enforcement order, so you can send the bailiffs in.

 

http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part70

 

Suggest that you remind Lowell that they have not paid and that if the money is not received in 7 days, you will be asking the court to enforce using bailiffs.

 

 

:thumb:http://hmctscourtfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n255(hc)-eng.pdf

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