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
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