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My friend is currently in hospital with depression and anorexia.

She almost died.

Her ex-boyfriend has done a runner from the flat they shared years ago.

She has not lived at the property for over 3 years is not on the electoral register.

 

Long story short.

It seems her ex is facing a decree (ccj) for the arrears on the 12th January and because she is also named she will presumably get the same.

She does not need this on top of the other trouble she is dealing with.

 

This decree will be effectively done without her knowledge as the judge has no address for her.

 

First question with no address to send the paper work could she get this decision recalled?

 

 

How easy is it?

 

Second question.

Is it possible to prevent this from happening in the first place?

 

Her only crime it seems was not formally removing herself from the tenancy agreement three years ago.

 

Please help I don’t want her to attempt suicide again.


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what paperwork has she had that is in her name or as a co-respondent? When did she get it and have they traced ex-bf?

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I take it she has no paperwork regarding this case, a decree can be recalled if she had no knowledge of the case.


 
 

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No paper work, it went to the property she lived at three years ago, she only knows about the court date and decree from a friend of a friend. My main question is how can she stop this? It has nothing to do with her and I would imagine it is a nightmare trying to get these things removed.


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No paper work, it went to the property she lived at three years ago, she only knows about the court date and decree from a friend of a friend. My main question is how can she stop this? It has nothing to do with her and I would imagine it is a nightmare trying to get these things removed.

when is the court date

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ok, 12/01

 

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Hi,

 

As a recall of the decree can't happen until after the judgement, you should phone the court involved and ask for advice, the sheriff's clerk should explain the procedure to you.


 
 

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The advice has been great but does anyone know how to prevent this in the first place?

 

This girl has done nothing wrong, apart from not formally remove herself from the tenacy agreement three years ago.

 

This is madness if she gets slapped with a decree regardless of her being able to remove it.


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if she is on the summons, and is now aware of the hearing, wld suggest at least writing to the court explaining their circs (with proof of not being there re the arrears claimed), and attending if poss if it still goes ahead re her.

if shes not potentially liable for any of the arrears claimed, then maybe she cld be removed from the summons. but, if it is a joint tenancy...?

am not too familiar with scots process though! so wait for any further input.


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The advice has been great but does anyone know how to prevent this in the first place?

 

 

I can only suggest phoning the Sheriff Court that's dealing with the case, the Sheriff Clerk will let you know what the score is.


 
 

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