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    Awarded it for breach of contract Sheriff set it at 5150 officers served papers and no money forthcoming even though client is solvent now we are stuck where do we go from here please ,the client has already has been convicted for fraud and is currently on bail but we want our money back , any advice is welcome
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  • #2
    So you have a court order for payment but are having problems enforcing it?

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    • #3
      I started a thread about this, but had no response, so I am following this thread as I'm about to raise a Simple Procedure against a car leasing company for breach of contract, and hoping the advice will be useful...

      Good luck Bobbyblade

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      • #4
        It is unfortunate that you've had no response up until now. Has this progressed anywhere in the intervening months?
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        I am a former trainee Sheriff Officer who became disillusioned with the Scottish legal system so left the industry. I will offer insights from my first-hand experience, but *I am not a legal professional and you should always seek independent legal advice before acting on anything I say*.

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        • #5
          DANSONPAS is a serial spammer and has been reported.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Nostrus View Post
            It is unfortunate that you've had no response up until now. Has this progressed anywhere in the intervening months?
            I haven't done anything about this yet (due to personal circumstances and lawyers wasting time) - but I now have only a couple of months to do something about this - can anyone please pitch in?

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            • #7
              As this is about Scottish procedures ScottishSolicitor or sederunt might be able to help

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