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You need to get some assistance sorting the council tax liability etc sorted as it needs to be taken out of your name. The payment for now will stop the imminent action and the rest is a little way off yet before it becomes a problem (assuming it's next year's bill).

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1 hour ago, ss002d6252 said:

To be paid by 1 April or on 1 April?  Is it next year's bill?

They told me it had all been lumped into together, so I thought whatever they had sent me included the upcoming year, since they only just sent the paperwork out. They've given me 25% off and that's it. I can't pay and they take forever to sort anything out, so I can't imagine it'll be resolved by the end of the month. 

 

1 hour ago, ss002d6252 said:

You need to get some assistance sorting the council tax liability etc sorted as it needs to be taken out of your name. The payment for now will stop the imminent action and the rest is a little way off yet before it becomes a problem (assuming it's next year's bill).

 

They want it by 1st April this year, so if I don't pay will they not take action straight away?

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It can't be next year's council tax charge as they have to spread it by instalments, starting on 1 April. You need to know what the amount is for.

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They've asked for £280 by end of March for last year's bill and then another £160 by 1st April, which is the first installment for the forthcoming year.

 

Sorry if I seem like I'm not really with it. I was in a&e til 3am this morning, so a bit sleep deprived.

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Ah Ok, as it's next year's charge the first payment is due on 1 April - you can pay it earlier but it's not due until that day. Next year isn't an issue for now as it's at least 14 days away before it starts getting at the point where it may start to cause issues.

The arrears will continue to cause issues until their either paid or the liability issue is sorted out properly.
 

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