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    • bedbug888
    • By bedbug888 11th Oct 17, 10:58 AM
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    Ccj 11th Oct 17 at 10:58 AM
    Hi can anyone tell me if a claimant can ask to review the instalments set up by the court. I pay a small instalment to Mortimer Clarke without fail every month. However they now want to reassess my financial circumstances and for me to me make a new offer of payment. Is this correct or should I just stick to the instalments set by the court?
    Thanks for any help
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    • StopIt
    • By StopIt 11th Oct 17, 12:04 PM
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    Yes, they can apply to the court to higher it, or enforce it by other means.


    However, if you can show the court that your financial circumstances haven't changed since the court ordered you to pay what you are doing, they wont change anything.


    They cannot ask you to pay more without authorisation of the courts, nor should you offer any higher.
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    • By bedbug888 11th Oct 17, 12:09 PM
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    So as they have sent me their own income/expenditure form to fill in and nothing to do with the court, am I ok to ignore it and continue paying as before. Thanks for the advice
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    • By StopIt 11th Oct 17, 12:13 PM
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    So as they have sent me their own income/expenditure form to fill in and nothing to do with the court, am I ok to ignore it and continue paying as before. Thanks for the advice
    Originally posted by bedbug888

    Don't ignore it.


    Write back to them saying that your financial circumstances have not changed since the CCJ was issued. Do not fill in the I&E and state you will continue payments as mandated by the court.


    If they do decide to take things to the court, and the court asks for the I&E, you must comply with that request.
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