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    • Guys, we have three days left in which to respond to this.   While I appreciate all the input we've received, at present we seem to be left with more questions than answers so is anyone in a position to advise what to do next please?
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    • The points are that you believe that a person or court hearing a Statutory Declaration has the option of rejecting it if he or they believe it is untrue. You must presumably believe that the person or court has a duty to question (perhaps more properly, cross-examine) the person making the declaration. You started by saying this about the declaration as a whole then went on to concentrate on the 21 day rule. I asked you to let us know how you have arrived at that conclusion. In particular I asked why you had provided specific advice to the OP in the original thread (a) that she was likely to be questioned about whether she really did not know of the proceedings at all and (b) if she did not know at all, that she was likely to be questioned about whether she really found out less that 21 days before she makes her SD. I suggested it was unwise to warn the OP of something which would not happen. As far as I can recall you suggested that S14 of the MCA provides for SDs to be rejected if they are not satisfied as to its truth and I asked you to show me where the legislation is that provides for this (because it's certainly not in S14).   The position is that a Statutory Declaration must be heard if made within 21 days of the defendant finding out about the conviction and it will be accepted unchallenged. If it is made outside 21 days the defendant states why as part of the declaration. If the court agrees that the reason it was late (as stated by the defendant and without challenge) is acceptable it will hear the Declaration and once it is heard it will be accepted without question. For the final time, the making of a Statutory Declaration is not a court hearing and apart from being satisfied, in the case of a late declaration being made, that the reason (as stated by the defendant) is acceptable, those hearing it have no discretion but to hear it and sign it to say they have done so. No orders are made; no decisions are made; no discretion is available (apart from the 21 day matter I mentioned).   To emphasise the difficulty your misleading information has caused, the latest post from the OP on the original thread says this (when considering her court appearance on Wednesday):   I am hopeful that they will accept that I knew nothing of the earlier proceedings...   She should not have no worry about that because the court has no option but to accept her declaration that she knew nothing of the proceedings. However, because of your advice she has. I am, once again, about to allay her fears on that score and it would be useful if you didn't tell her otherwise.    
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I need some advice asap i am currently in CSA arrears of over £600 maybe more as i have stoped paying it the reason for this is because they wanted £300 per month for the amount each week and arrears, i work full time and get a wage of £900 a month! £385 of this is my rent £125 is attachment to earnings from CT arrears and i have to live on the rest food and bills (which i was unable to pay paying CSA) i have a pregnant wife who can't work and she gets no help from benifits because of my wage.

 

We have been to CAB and they can't do anything just told us we have to pay even they know the hell the CSA put people through, i've tried talking to the CSA but they wont help they are not bothered about the parent who has to pay.

 

I am not refusing to pay CSA its just i can not afford the £300 they want i refuse to put my unborn baby in a life time of debt and Poverty because of it!!

 

If anyone can help that would be great

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Have you stopped paying the CSA full stop or are you still making your weekly payments minus the arrears?

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I have stopped paying the CSA full stop they wont except any lower payments.

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Well I would at the very least put the weekly amount in a seperate account because at the moment your arrears amount will just be going up and up.

 

Is your £900 per month wage before or after tax. Seems quite low income to me so if thats the only wage coming in I would look to see if you can claim any benefits

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Can't even do that, as the money i have left when i have paid all my bills is £80.00 and that £80.00 is spent on food we have to make it last a whole month.

 

Yeah £900 is after tax, i've tried to see if i can claim tax credits but was told by them my wage is to high to get any help.

 

Its all just one big mess!! like you said the arrears are going up and up i just can't find a way out.

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when the CSA calculates the amount you can afford living expenses are not factored in it. Unfortunately they will come after you, however when your wife gives birth that will be taken into account and should reduce your payments

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