Marstons warrant for removing goods

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 18:55

I paid someone on here to send me some information about it

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Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 19:01

I paid someone for information

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 19:03

Adrian123 wrote:
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I paid someone on here to send me some information about it
So is it an historical debt? You said you didn't know for sure what it was, only what Marston's told you. You've sent the stat dec to the enforcement team rather than the court - this is probably why Marston's haven't been made aware. By sending a stat dec to both the enforcement centre and the historic debt team, you've muddied the water - on the one hand you've declared you were unaware of proceedings and on the other hand you've declared you know it's an historical debt. They both can't be true.

You need to ring round each individual Magistrates Court tomorrow to establish where you were convicted and that is where the stat dec must be served. If you need any phone numbers let me know.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 19:06

Yes I sent one for a fine e that I paid full amount for then sent antoer one because I got another fine about week later

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 19:08

Yes can you please please send me some numbers what do you mean ring g round each court

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 19:20

You sent the same stat dec to cover 2 different fines?

I think we need to start again, work out what you've sent to who, for which fine, and what you actually want to acheive here.

At the moment you haven't served the stat dec as you sent it to an enforcement centre rather than the court. You need to know which court you were convicted at so you can serve the stat dec. If you can't find out then you need to send it to the main court that deals with your area, which I'm guessing would be Leeds.

You need to clarify the debts - you now say there's 2 fines, one that you've paid and one you're dealing with. Are you wanting to send stat decs for both fines and if so for what reason. You can't send a stat dec to the historical debt team if you don't know what the fine is for.

Leeds Combined Court - 0113 306 2800
Leeds Magistrates Court - 0113 245 9653
Bradford Magistrates Court - 01274 390 111

Can't find Huddersfield - perhaps it's closed down.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 19:32

No just for the one that I am dealing with now I want to cliam my money back for the one I have paid

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Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 19:38

Ring around tomorrow, get more info then serve a new stat dec to the right court. Whoever you paid money to on here ( :roll: ) needs to refund you.
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Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 19:57

OK thanks my dad says that the enforcement center that we sent letter deals with all surrounding courts

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Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 20:00

Just one last thing if I want to cliam the money back from the fine all ready payed who should I contact about that please

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 20:10

Adrian123 wrote:
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OK thanks my dad says that the enforcement center that we sent letter deals with all surrounding courts
I'm sure they do, but are they a court or an enforcement admin centre? A stat dec must be served to a court.
Just one last thing if I want to cliam the money back from the fine all ready payed who should I contact about that please
Let's deal with the other one first - it's more urgent.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 20:19

OK I will try sort it tomorrow what shall I do if balifs turned up on weekend please

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 20:21

If you're sorting it out tomorrow then you don't have to worry about the weekend.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 21:01

I mean thay won't get the letter in time would thay thanks for your help

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Syd Snitkin » 07 Mar 2018 21:14

You can send it special delivery, or you can take it in person (you just need to give it to a court clerk).
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Post by Adrian123 » 07 Mar 2018 21:18

I send special delivery I live in Driffield thanks

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 08 Mar 2018 09:45

I found out its Leeds magistrates but my case comes off hold today I will send the letter special delivery hopefully thay will get it tomorrow but what should I do if a balif turns up before then please

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Post by Syd Snitkin » 08 Mar 2018 14:35

Off hold from what?
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 08 Mar 2018 16:03

My case was on hold from collecta

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Post by Adrian123 » 08 Mar 2018 18:30

Case was on hold from collecta

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Post by Adrian123 » 12 Mar 2018 14:59

Hi I posted the sat Dec to Leeds Court wich collcectca told me was the issueing Court trying to ring them but I keep getting cut off any advice on what to do if any balifs turn up need to know if they accept my stat Declaration

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Post by Schedule 12 » 12 Mar 2018 15:06

Stop ringing them.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 12 Mar 2018 15:13

OK but what if balifs turn up also I have not received my money back from the first fine that I paid is there any further steps I can take to get the refund

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Schedule 12 » 12 Mar 2018 15:54

If you do a section 14 for a fine already paid, you must include a request for payment by giving your bank details and the amount owed to you (including bailiffs fees).

The court service will refund you by sending you a cheque for the fine amount only, - even if they know your bank details. They say the bailiff company must refund the £310 fees. The bailiff company will always refuse your refund saying warrants "cannot be unexecuted"[sic]. Start the claim without further ado.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 12 Mar 2018 16:16

OK how do I do that and where do I send it please fine was payed on the 3rd of feb

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 12 Mar 2018 17:49

Do i send to the port talbot address or the issueing Court please

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Post by Schedule 12 » 12 Mar 2018 18:19

If you know it, the issuing court, otherwise it's historic debts team. All have access to HMCTS.
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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Adrian123 » 12 Mar 2018 19:12

Thanks I did send one already to the historic port talbot team but not received any money back and its been over 14 days my dad said that I could add more money to cliam back because they not paid my money back is this true please

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Re: Marstons warrant for removing goods

Post by Schedule 12 » 13 Mar 2018 09:01

You are only entitled to interest and expenses in addition to the money owed.

Send a letter before action to 102 Petty France.

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