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  • Debszzzz2
    Debszzzz2 Posts: 248 Forumite
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    Live1 said:
    Ps. Debt collection agency just said they can’t control the postal service

    Have you followed the advice from Coupon-mad? Did you read the Newbies/FAQ thread and what it advises you should do in order to get a set-aside? If the original claim was incorrectly served, a set aside under CPR 13.2 is mandatory.

    Why are you talking to the debt collector? There are no bailiffs involved for a CCJ of c£300. Stop panicking and go and read the Newbies/FAQ thread.
  • Coupon-mad
    Coupon-mad Posts: 131,191 Forumite
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    edited 10 February at 6:36PM
    Live1 said:
    So the date the ccj was sent means that it was received after the one month period of paying it!! Things have now escalated to bailiffs.  Can this be paid off and then apply to have it set aside?
    Nope. You lose your leverage by paying it and it DOESN'T wipe it. Bad idea.  DON'T.


    "It’s over £300 now".

    Good.  Low enough NOT to have bailiffs round.  It has not escalated.  No-one will come knocking for a case under £600.

    No danger.  Set it aside.  Pretty easy stuff.
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  • Live1
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    Is there a link to getting it set aside at this stage. Bailiff letter has been received

  • Live1
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    By link, I mean something that explains how to do that at this stage please

  • Coupon-mad
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    edited 10 February at 11:54PM
    Yes. In the NEWBIES thread second post.

    The bailiff letter is an idle threat when cases are under £600 (the HCEO lowest limit).
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  • Live1
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    Thank you!
  • Live1
    Live1 Posts: 17 Forumite
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    Do you have to go to court? This says you do… https://www.gov.uk/county-court-judgments-ccj-for-debt/cancel-the-judgment

    Also what happens if you’re not successful please?
  • Coupon-mad
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    edited 11 February at 11:21PM
    Not sure what you are trying to show us.  The forum already explains all this.

    You know from the examples already linked in the CCJ set aside section of the NEWBIES thread what happens, and that it costs a £275 court fee to apply, and that most people get that fee refunded by the parking firm Claimant when the Judge orders that at the hearing. 
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