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    Good day i have a hearing in january 10 minutes slot to consider whether the court will set a judgement aside and from this point i dont know how to move forward. The account with arrow global is being held until the 26th November but court has put a hold on all action until the hearing https://speedtest.vet/ https://vidmate.bid/.
    do i just wait for the hearing? Or do i need to do something? I have never had any paperwork from anyone. Arrow global said they got my accoumt last year and went for a ccj. I dont know the amount or recognize it. Arrow global say its a credit card from 2004 and i stopped paying a 1.00 a month in july 2012 however when i asked how they got this 1.00 from what funding source arrow global stated that they dont know as it was with another debt agency. Please advise. I have searched libraries for books on court process and how to defend there is nothing its all mainly business contracts. And on line nothing either so glad i have this place to help.
    Last edited by Garaofsand; 27th November 2021, 13:42:PM.
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    I think it will be set aside, as it will be statute barred, given the age of the debt. If there's been no communication or monies payed since 2012, it will have been barred since 2018. Have a look at your credit file, and see if it's still on there. You will probably need to make a statement as your reason for opposing the Judgement for the court hearing in January. If it was your debt, then you shouldn't have anything to worry about. If you had to pay the fee for the application to set aside, then I would chase costs as well, as they should probably have known better. There are some very knowledgeable people on this site, that may be able to offer better help on this.
    The debt will still be owed, but they can't pursue it through the Courts. Some of these companies try it on, hoping that you don't know the law, and just pay up. They may realise this when they see your statement, and abandon the claim. This happened to me once.
    Last edited by smintram; 25th November 2021, 23:53:PM.

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