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Hi all, new to this today but I'll give you the background and what I've had yesterday...

 

On 26th May 2015 I worked for a company that terminated me without pay the day after pay day on the 25th May 2015 so I received a full months salary (three weeks in arrears and a week in advance for May 2015). In June 2015 I received a further £90 from the company BACS transferred into my bank on my June payday from the company and assumed this was some expenses that were left pending at the time of my termination.

 

I moved house to a new property then started work at my current employer in July 2015. I moved house again in April 2016. Yesterday, I received a letter from Harrison High Court Enforcement that I've been ordered by Huddersfield Court to pay back £1200 including fees and interest to my former employer which needs to be paid, or an arrangement in place, by 16th September 2016.

 

The letter came as quite a shock as I was terminated without pay so should have received no further pay from the company after my termination date but the sum seems far too high. I've not had any communication from my former employer regarding any monies owed and I've moved house twice since and had no reason to update them with my latest addresses since I was not longer obliged to keep them up to date with my whereabouts.

 

Any advice on the HCE company, if they actually are High Court appointed or I've just had a threat-o-gram or my next steps.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

G.

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Hi SpecialG and welcome to CAG

 

I think you need to start a fact finding mission and get details of this judgment and the particulars of claim...should you wish to challenge it (set a side) and stay the the execution.

 

Start by looking on the following

 

http://www.trustonline.org.uk/

 

This will give you the date and claimant..then you will need to contact Northampton CCBC to get details of the claim particulars and a copy of the judgment.

 

In the meantime if you do wish to challenge the claim you should submit form N245 to stay the execution and form N244 to set a side the judgment.

Both forms are available in our Legal Library.

 

Regards

 

Andy

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The letter came as quite a shock as I was terminated without pay so should have received no further pay from the company after my termination date but the sum seems far too high. I've not had any communication from my former employer regarding any monies owed and I've moved house twice since and had no reason to update them with my latest addresses since I was not longer obliged to keep them up to date with my whereabouts.

 

Any advice on the HCE company, if they actually are High Court appointed or I've just had a threat-o-gram or my next steps.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

G.

 

The only way of dealing with this is to follow the advice of Andy and complete the N244 and N245. Your grounds are quite simple in that you had moved address and had not received the summons.

 

The High Court company (Harrison's) are genuine and the documentation is certainly not a 'threat-o-gram'.

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