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i issued a stat demand and now due to circumstances need to withdraw it ...as i am ow unemloyed and money is tight .

the stat demand was not challenged in any way just ignored ..

what is the procedure please

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As Sequenci said he just leave it and it won't cost you. I'm sure the Defendant isn't going to bother trying to set it aside anyway.

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Is the fact due to unemployment only the reason you wish to let it cease?

 

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well i have read that lots of people seem to wriggle out of paying and in fact cost the person taking the action .so a safer bet is to go for county court first ..i have been told u cannot have 2 cases going on at the same time ..so the need to withdraw it .i can then issue county court proceedings against this person.

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well i have read that lots of people seem to wriggle out of paying and in fact cost the person taking the action .so a safer bet is to go for county court first ..i have been told u cannot have 2 cases going on at the same time ..so the need to withdraw it .i can then issue county court proceedings against this person.

 

I see...well just disregard the SD and issue a claim through CCBC.

 

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