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Received this letter in the post today, I've never had any contact with them before.

 

There was no other information included so I dont even know which years this is apparently for!

 

What would be my proper course of action? And how do I find out more about this 'summary warrant'.

 

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You should have had previous correspondence from the council concerned and notice to attend Magistrates.

 

If you have not had any such letters, phone Walker Love to advise them that you have not received any demands from a council in regard to council tax and need to have full details provided. Then check with the council concerned.

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Magistrates are England and Wales only, I'm in Scotland. Even at that I've never received anything from the court asking me to attend, not for council tax anyway.

 

Is there a letter template or something that I can send them, I've learnt never to talk to anyone on the phone in regards to debts.

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doesn't work that way in Scotland sadly

it goes direct to the sheriff officers from the council concerned

 

this is serious you NEED to deal with it ASAP else arrestment of wages and or bank accounts could happen with more fees added.

 

so, are you not paying council tax currently or have you moved in recent times and left a debt.

 

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DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

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Right now our council tax is paid by direct debit. I do know that when we first moved in to our first home we were a bit lax with Council tax payments, hence why we no pay DD as its much easier and less hassle.

 

In regards to our debt, this was being reclaimed though JSA but my wife got back to work just before Xmas. From my understanding we were dealing with Charles Anderson and that is why I'm confused as to why I'm now being contacted by ANOTHER Sheriff Office.

 

Is there a template letter I can send to Walker Love to validate their claims? Surely I would need to see a summary warrant if its been issued and can I ask for a copy of charge for payment?

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Right now our council tax is paid by direct debit. I do know that when we first moved in to our first home we were a bit lax with Council tax payments, hence why we no pay DD as its much easier and less hassle.

 

In regards to our debt, this was being reclaimed though JSA but my wife got back to work just before Xmas. From my understanding we were dealing with Charles Anderson and that is why I'm confused as to why I'm now being contacted by ANOTHER Sheriff Office.

 

Is there a template letter I can send to Walker Love to validate their claims? Surely I would need to see a summary warrant if its been issued and can I ask for a copy of charge for payment?

 

Easiest way would be to contact the Local Authority and ask why Sheriff's Officers they have instructed.

 

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Hi,

 

As dx has said,you should contact Walker Love and find out what they claim you are due and from what dates.

 

As the Sheriff Officers already have a Summary Warrant, this type of procedure bypasses the normal court process.

In effect councils are not obliged to go the long and complex route through the Sheriff Court to achieve Judgment, the councils apply for a form which the court will automatically provide.

The Summary Warrant is a virtually automatic path to enforcement.

 

Walker Love will also let you know the score regarding issuing the Charge for Payment.

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ok so back to post 14 on the 20th..

 

 

you SERIOUSLY need to get this moving.

 

 

it is now the 25th

 

 

the letter was dated the 18th...TODAY is day 7 of the 7 they gave you

 

 

GET ON THAT PHONE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING

or else you might well find your bank account arrested by the end of the day..

 

 

thsi is NOT a scare tactic.. it WILL happen.

 

 

dx

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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