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Ok further to my previous post can anyone advise whether I should fill in a time to pay form or a application for a time order? I cant find any info on this and they seem almost similar.

 

Also as this is a dual loan i.e. partner and me, do we fill in one form or 2 (we were both served with initial writs)

 

We have managed to free up some money by giving back our car so are in a position to pay something. I dont think we could cope with the stress of trying to defend and even if we did, although I am working at the moment trying to pay for a lawyer is going to put more strain on my finances.

 

Any help on the above would be appreciated. i need to return forms back soon

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You will find some information on Time orders in the link below. I will also flag your thread for advice.

 

TIME ORDERS

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This is the link for National Debtline Factsheet/Time Order

 

 

http://www.nationaldebtline.co.uk/scotland/factsheet.php?page=13_time_orders

 

stu has also provided the link above for you. I think National Debtline also have a Scottish section :)

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Hello there.

 

It's usually a time to pay that you would apply for as time orders are generally a temporary measure.

 

Hope this helps :)

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DAS may be an alternative option, for example a reasonable period for a time to pay order is normally around 2.5 years (this is not set in stone) However with DAS a reasonable period is considered as not exceeding 10 years. (All debts can be included, (assuming thet you have more than one and can be set up jointly)

 

Without knowing your circumstances I cannot be precise, nevertheless it may be worth considering . If indeed it is a possibilty you simply ask the court for continuation to complete the administration process (It will be granted)

 

If you choose this route always use a FREE ADVICE Agency rather than Insolvency practitioners who will charge fees.

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