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Hello, Im a new user and would really appreciate some help....

 

I received a PCN October 2012 which I paid by cheque. It appears this was never received and because I did not receive reminder letters (TEC say they were posted but I did not receive any despite their records of my address being correct) the case was passed to Equita Bailiffs.

 

I received a letter from Equita on 11/4/13 which I was slow to respond to as I did not realise the urgency. This resulted in a Bailiff Removal letter arriving, hand delivered after the bailiff called and the house was empty. It stated they called to execute a warrant issued by Northampton County Court. I called them and was gobsmacked to hear there was a bill of about £370 as they had now visited my house which had increased the charges.

 

I have since filed an OOT witness statement which was declined, I received the letter rejecting it, which was dated 16/5/13. It arrived a few days after it was dated.

 

It now seems that an N244 is the best option but even with the guidance notes I am confused about how to complete it and I am nervous that time is ticking. Equita tell me the case is on hold until 4/6/13. I intended to call citizens advice but their limited opening hours have made this difficult.

 

I would appreciate any advice you may be able to give me. Thank you

 

PS apologies for not posting in a specific forum but new to all this and not sure how to get to most appopriate one.

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I will move your thread to the correct forum.. I am sure someone will then look in.

 

You do not have to do anything, the move is purely administrative and you will be able to find your thread without any hassle :)

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Ok, what I have done is maximised your exposure and your thread is now showing in 3 forums..

 

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I am sure that this will ensure someone will be able to help :)

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I'm not hopeful for you. If they sent all the statutory notices to the correct address, then you will have a struggle convincing an impartial person that it all disappeared en-route. We talking a Notice to Owner, a Charge Certificate and an Order for Recovery, over the span of around 2 months. Moreover, when bailiffs contacted you, it seems you were not amazed enough to get straight on the phone and kick up a fuss over the already-paid PCN - you just put it to one side. (Sorry - just telling you how things look to an outsider.)

 

You might just get lucky if you apply for an N244 hearing and the Council doesn't show, but you're going to have to pay for the privilege (about £80 I think) and to be honest, your chances are slim.

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