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Do we have county court judgements in Scotland

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I have received a letter from a solicitor in England concerning an Orange mobile account. This company is threatening a county court proceedings against me for a bill from Orange. What is the procedure in Scotland concerning this issue. I have phoned Orange about this account and they do not seem to know ANYTHING about it.

I am writing a letter to the lawyers about this account requesting information about this account. Basically the questions are

1. What is this bill for.

2. When was this account taken out with orange.

3. What was the starting date and finishing date of this contract

4. What was the final amount of this bill

5. I want a breakdown of my bill and your charges.

 

If anyone can help me with some legal jargon concerning the procedures that I can put into my letter I would appreciate it.

 

Thanks Eileen:-)

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Hello and Welcome,

 

Getting the solicitor to prove you owe this 'debt' is the correct way to go about it.

If you reside in Scotland they would have to go to your local sheriff court to start any legal action, an English County Court does not have jurisdiction in Scotland.

 

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I really appreciate you taking the time to reply to me and thank you for your advice. I will send the solicitors a letter tomorrow recorded delivery and hopefully they will reply to me. Thank you again. Eileen

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Keep us posted on how you get on eileen.

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