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Help needed please. My sister has just got home to find a hand written envelope from marstons saying they have called. It is for her ex partner that no longer lives at the address. Any advice on what she can do. He has no fixed forwarding address but she knows his employment details etc. thanks

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Contact the court that sent Marstons and tell them of the non residence, she may have to swear a Statutory Declaration as to this if he is still on the electoral roll there, only the court can call Marstons off they will continue to call until the court pull them off kicking and screaming. as they have a warrant to that address they don't care who pays and they would doubtless like her to "volunteer" to pay them to save the bother of tracing the ex.

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Thank yo for your advice. I will tell her

 

I feel other Caggers will be along soon with some more advice, the main issue is that as it is a magistrates court issue, in extremis the bailiff may insist they can break in and do allsorts under the Domestic Crimes and Violence Act, a misnomer if ever there was one as it is the bailiff threatening the violence.

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