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Hi All,

 

I'm the owner of a Ltd Company and I have received the dreaded pale blue County Court claim form. Basically, it's Companies House (or at least their representatives, Optima Legal) issuing in respect of £375 of late-filing fees that my company has incurred. I did file my annual return later so there's no question that I owe the money (as hard as that is to swallow, but hey ho).

 

It states the options available which include: 'If you agree with all of the claim and are asking for time to pay" - Complete the admission form N9A and send it to the claimant....... Do not send a copy to the court. Entering an admission may result in judgement being entered against you.

 

My question is this - if I return the form offering to pay over several instalments (say 3 or 4 months) what happens then? Will the claimant still go for a court judgement against me? Or to put it another way, what's to stop them accepting my proposal for staggered payments, but still proceeding with the court case?

 

Thanks in advance.

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My question is this - if I return the form offering to pay over several instalments (say 3 or 4 months) what happens then? You get a CCJ Will the claimant still go for a court judgement against me? Yes Or to put it another way, what's to stop them accepting my proposal for staggered payments, but still proceeding with the court case? Nothing

 

Only way to avoid judgment is to make payment in full..after judgment.... or defend all ..even though you have no grounds ...then hope you can steer it into mediation.....or as stated above you could suggest a Tomlin Order (Consent) that stays the claim ...avoids judgment....as long as you stick to the agreed payments...assuming they would be interested considering the amount involved.

 

Regards

 

Andy

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