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    There has been a CCJ against my father for some debt owed and he may have admitted liability. Is it best to meet the requirements of the suspended attachment of earnings order or appeal on the basis that the debt may have been statute barred? ( However this would involve chasing the claimant for the original contract and other documentation)

    The solicitors firm is also pursuing another debt however, this has not yet been taken to court. Which steps should I take before the second claim is taken further, and how would I prove that this second debt is statute barred?
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      Originally posted by lstudent 12 View Post
      There has been a CCJ against my father for some debt owed and he may have admitted liability. Is it best to meet the requirements of the suspended attachment of earnings order or appeal on the basis that the debt may have been statute barred? ( However this would involve chasing the claimant for the original contract and other documentation)

      The solicitors firm is also pursuing another debt however, this has not yet been taken to court. Which steps should I take before the second claim is taken further, and how would I prove that this second debt is statute barred?
      Is this consumer credit debt ( credit card / loan ?) or something else?

      Is the second debt from the same original creditor or just happens to be the same solicitor with both debts ?

      How did the ccj get to the stage of a suspended attachment of earnings ? Is it suspended whilst agreed installments are paid ? Do you know if he entered an admission and offer when he received the claim or if it went to a default judgment and he defended against an aoe application ?

      When do you think either of these debts became statute barred ?

      Approximately how much is each debt ?
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