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My daughter attended a performing arts college whereby she was part funded with a bursary,

she had to leave due to health problems at Christmas and now the college are wanting £2500 from us.

 

 

I don't have this money to pay them all in one hit.

 

 

If I offer to pay a set sum per month will they still be able to take me to court if they deem the sum is not enough.

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get proof of her ill health and the time

you should of sadly had informed them.

I take it she continued to spend the money?


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Hi

 

 

We did inform the college in writing she was leaving.

No she hasn't spent the money,

she had a career development loan that was repaid back to the bank.

 

 

my question is

if I agree to pay the college a set amount each month regardless of what they want me to pay can they still go to a court.

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anyone can, but I doubt a court would make you pay anything more.

 

I can only go from pers experience...

 

my son did the same 2 yrs ago and only had to pay back the bursary to the point that he was not entitled to it.

as for the college 'fees' they were waived as they had been informed correctly.

 

is this actually the college asking or a fleecing debt collector


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Hello.

It is the college asking for the money.

It is the same with my daughter, they are asking for the nursery back for the period she was at the collage, like you said up to the point she was not entitled to it.

 

They have waived the other two terms.

There is no debt collector involved.

I intend to offer a sum per month that I can afford.

It may not be what they are expecting though.

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you should be ok

simply offer what you can afford.


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