Enforcing a county court warrant

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14:58 PM, 21st April 2016
About 5 years ago

Enforcing a county court warrant

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Enforcing a county court warrant

Hi Guys Enforcing a county court warrant

Does anyone know what evidence, if any, a county court judge would expect one to provide (as claimant) as the basis for rejecting a derisory payment offered by a former tenant debtor against whom a CCJ has been secured?

The debtor in question has offered to pay £20 per month for a debt of £1,600.00 in response to a court warrant issued against her for the recovery of the debt.

Thanks in advance.

Andy


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Mick Roberts

17:34 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

Hear Hear Jamie, spot on.

20:20 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

a vast majority of landlords are good at what they do but there is a small minority that like to think they are beyond the law

David Asker

20:43 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "ashley peters" at "22/04/2016 - 20:20":

With respect Peter, what relevance is that to the subject matter?

Back on topic, Robert is right regarding something is better than nothing.

Our powers are indeed somewhat limited but in matters like this payment often comes from family members rather than the debtor even if there is little in that way of assets.

It's a commercial decision. HCEOs cost £60 to instruct and charge £90 (£75+VAT) if they're unsuccessful. Just be sensible about the likelihood of recovery.

21:02 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

my appologies

David Asker

21:08 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "ashley peters" at "22/04/2016 - 21:02":

No problem and apologies from me for getting your name wrong!

21:14 PM, 22nd April 2016
About 5 years ago

no probs atleast you didn't swear at me ha ha

16:23 PM, 23rd April 2016
About 5 years ago

is anybody going through sections 8 or 21 notices lately or forthcoming

as i am aware of one tenant who is counter claiming false statement by landlord for a second time what would be the consequences for this action

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