Small claims

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Small claims

Post by Scottp » 06 May 2017 18:10

I lost a small claims case partly because I am unable to attend the court location.i received a warrant of control today for baillifs to take goods. I'm really worried I have no debts and I am my wife's full time carer as she is disabled and we live on benefits both reasons are why I couldn't attend the hearing. We have a motorhome(not a nice new one and was bought when we were in a better situation) in my wife's name and I'm worried they'll take it. My wife has a mobility car. We have very little money and everything we own is second hand. I'm terrified and don't know what to do can anyone advise me please what to do.

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Re: Small claims

Post by Schedule 12 » 07 May 2017 19:52

Put the disabled badge on display inside the car. The motorhome is not the debtors, so it lands the creditor a big bill of the bailiff interferes with it.

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