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    ....court papers for an old loan. I'd like to contest it but it would worry the OH too much and it's simply not worth it so I am considering admitting claim and asking for time to pay. Have until XX March to respond. Any advice?
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  • #2
    Can you tell me more about the details of this? The amount sued for and the name of the party suing you etc/ the court?

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    • #3
      It's an old Cabot loan, enforceable.

      The problem I have now is that a Decree has been made in my absence from court. I was under the impression that cases like mine were on hold. The case was due to be held on 9 June (IIRC) and now I have received a letter from Registry Trust informing me of the Decree being added to their register.

      I had assistance from CAB, whom I have just spoken with, and they too are surprised at what's happened.*

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Captain Haddock View Post
        It's an old Cabot loan, enforceable.

        The problem I have now is that a Decree has been made in my absence from court. I was under the impression that cases like mine were on hold. The case was due to be held on 9 June (IIRC) and now I have received a letter from Registry Trust informing me of the Decree being added to their register.

        I had assistance from CAB, whom I have just spoken with, and they too are surprised at what's happened.*
        So did you assume nothing would happen and didn't respond? I will send you a private message about this.*

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        • #5
          No. Under Simple Procedure I admitted the debt. I heard nothing from my CAB contact who was representing me so presumed courts not sitting.

          Will continue via PM.

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