I understand that if no payment is made after CfP served you can be deemed apparently insolvent then sequestration proceedings commence by a qualified creditor. Can you dispute the debt before apparent insolvency is constituted? What effect will this have on sequestration proceedings?
If the CfP is less than the £3000 threshold to become a qualified creditor can the creditor then submit an accumulated amount to be presented to the court as it is more than £3000?
Developments in this situation are that; this has reached my door yesterday.
I have scanned all of the pages and they can be reviewed in the attached.
What are the appropriate steps from this point?
Thanks again for your assistance
Marriage separation at this stage will cost a fortune via solicitors and court actions. Both parties have equal rights to the property and neither can remove access from the property unless police are involved and there has been cases of abuse against either party. Since the resident child is over 18 I'm not too sure if you can stop the sale of the house if he insists. This would need to be clarified with a solicitor. I do know that when my ex left our joint property it enabled me to start the sale of our house as she no longer needed a place to look after our children.
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