A manufacturer of swimming pools doesn’t affect if they are a Ltd Co, Ltd partnership, partnership or sole trader.
it matters not if you know the difference between them but if you can’t tell us which his employer is : again, a good reason to get him to post here himself, so he can provide the info that will enable people to answer him.
Thats what I’ve asked dodgeball to do !
just provide some clear next steps that Baz can follow and complete which will stand some chance of helping him?
As there’s conflicting advice on this thread now
C'mon folks, OP needs help not a discussion on the 2014 Regulations do that in the Discussions Forum . We all know that Bailiffs and especially HCEO will be creative even within the Fee Structure, so add fees that should be applied only if , but add them at earliest opportunity like the sales fee. If you both carry on with biff-bam posting, to each other will have to close thread until baz4iow asks for it to be reopened.
So factually what would you suggest the OPs next action steps are? Given that the citizens advice also suggest submitting the N245 form, which is only a £50 cost.
if the fees have been fiddled what is the best way to address it?
the OP has been advised on this thread to submit the N245 but you’re saying this could be costly with little chance of success?
So based on your own experiences , knowing the costs are incorrect and the client has accepted a payment arrangement in writing already , before the HCEO attended - what would you suggest the OP does now?
Also, if the original debt /CCJ is less than £1000 can the HCEO add the interest on?
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!