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Good morning everyone,

 

I have been asked by my ex-wife to help her after she got a letter threatening her with bailiffs,

 

She got herself into debt with EE and of course because she was dealing with depression she started to "bury her head in the sand"

 

The consequence is that The lovely Leeds Losers (aka Lowell) have got involved, I only became aware of this situation after she got a letter from the county court, saying that they were about to get the bailiffs after her.

 

My question is, why have they only chosen to partially enforce the judgement, this is something I have never heard of before?

 

because of her depression etc she is not sure she received a letter of assignment etc, would it be worth having a go at getting the judgement set aside(however I have paid the amount they enforced, just to stop her having to deal with bailiffs)

 

Many thanks in advance

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Can you post the letter. What do you mean partially enforced


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thank you for your reply

 

The total debt was nearly £600 and they only went after £297 of it, however the letter from the court says the remainder after payment of this warrant

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We need to see the letter to be able to see what is happening. Hopefully this is a County Court bailiff and not HCEO


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scan to PDF

read upload

 

might be an idea to ring northants bulk after the holiday

and ask for a copy of the CCJ and the Claimform by email PDF

 

I will guess this was obtained by the backdoor at an old address because shes never informed her creditors she's moved?


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We need to see the letter to be able to see what is happening. Hopefully this is a County Court bailiff and not HCEO

 

It's not high court bailiffs as the debt is under £600, and it wouldn't make any difference anyway as HCEOs have no more power than county court bailiffs.

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