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I'm challenging a CCJ issued by Arrow Global/Drydens in 2018.

The CCJ was issued whilst i was working overseas and was unable to challenge.

I found out about the CCJ last year when i applied for a property to rent and was obviously rejected and lost the deposit.

The debt is statute barred due to age.

The court date for hearing is this week 1st Sept.

I've now received a message from Drydens saying they will not be contesting. The form they want me to sign has a "No order as to costs" element.

 

The questions I have are:

1) Should i pursue for costs?

2) Should i have itemised those costs when i made the application to set aside? and if so, will the court ignore any requests for costs?

 

Thank you all in advance.

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But you paid the fee? £100 or£ 255? 

 

so the debt was already statute barred when the claimform was issued if so guarantee d win for you

 

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What form do they wish you to sign .....a Tomlin Order ? 

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Be vary wary with Drydens, as a Tomlin still means you pay the original SB debt

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If its a Tomlin Order to set a side by consent...then there is no judgment to pay...the CCJ is set a side BN

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Thanks Andy, was looking at wrong context where it keeps a judgment at bay if an agreed amount paid

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Thank you all for the comments so far.

 

Just to clarify - in 2018 when the case was heard, the debt was already statute barred by 2 years. As i was unable to challenge, the ccj was issued by default.

Now that i am challenging, I think they've realised they have a very weak case and have decided not to challenge.

The form they want me to sign is a "Consent Order" (to save as to costs).

 

In peoples opinion (and yes im aware the courts can go in any direction), would costs be awarded to me for recovery of filing charges (£255) and loss of rental deposit (£300)?

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In peoples opinion (and yes im aware the courts can go in any direction), would costs be awarded to me for recovery of filing charges (£255) and loss of rental deposit (£300)?

 

What connection has that to the claim and default judgment by Arrow Global/Drydens in 2018 ?

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I think thats pretty straightforward...no?

The CCj should never have been lodged due to it being statute barred.

 

I am out of pocket for filing fees and the loss of deposit. Had the CCJ been challenged neither of those costs would have been incurred.

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They are not costs...but losses...you would have to issue your own claim against Arrow Global/Drydens for the losses incurred.

They would probably defend and state that you failed to advise them you had moved abroad and informed them of your current address ?

 

 

 

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