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    Originally posted by monkey99 View Post
    Hi

    I believe I am going to receive one of these. Any advice? Do I accept it? I have been told you need to then told not to!

    Anyone else got one? Recommend any legal services

    Monkey
    How do you avoid accepting one?

    Get your paperwork sorted out and be prepared to submit the appropriate court paperwork to dispute the claim.

    And yes I am a broken record but if you screw this up you are screwed.
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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      Originally posted by eek View Post
      How do you avoid accepting one?

      Get your paperwork sorted out and be prepared to submit the appropriate court paperwork to dispute the claim.

      And yes I am a broken record but if you screw this up you are screwed.
      Would it not have to be signed for? Which could be interesting in Covid days

      But who can represent me? Need legal advice

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        Originally posted by monkey99 View Post
        Would it not have to be signed for? Which could be interesting in Covid days

        But who can represent me? Need legal advice
        For a Statutory demand pick any of the firms that specialise in dealing with them - see google. The important thing is the dispute paperwork as much (if not more) than the content of the dispute itself.
        merely at clientco for the entertainment

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          Originally posted by monkey99 View Post
          Hi

          I believe I am going to receive one of these. Any advice? Do I accept it? I have been told you need to then told not to!

          Anyone else got one? Recommend any legal services

          Monkey

          You will have to get a solicitor involved they can reject it on your behalf, the cost is usually around £255.
          If the statutory demand is to you personally you could make an application to the Court listed on the form for a Court hearing to get the demand set aside by completing the correct forms but again a solicitor will do this for you.

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            Originally posted by monkey99 View Post
            Would it not have to be signed for? Which could be interesting in Covid days

            But who can represent me? Need legal advice
            ETC had recommended Elysium Law - they already have a group going where the deadline to join is tomorrow.

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              Originally posted by philinlondon View Post
              ETC had recommended Elysium Law - they already have a group going where the deadline to join is tomorrow.
              ETC are recommending them to do what?
              merely at clientco for the entertainment

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                Originally posted by eek View Post
                ETC are recommending them to do what?
                Respond to the demands, I don't want to share too much on an open forum- hope that's OK

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                  Originally posted by eek View Post
                  ETC are recommending them to do what?
                  ETC are not recommending the law firm to do anything that's not a good move. What the poster meant was ETC have recommended their clients involved in this to use the legal team at Elysium Law.

                  Elysium Law will be fighting this from now on for the majority of ETC clients.

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                    Originally posted by GregRickshaw View Post
                    ETC are not recommending the law firm to do anything that's not a good move. What the poster meant was ETC have recommended their clients involved in this to use the legal team at Elysium Law.

                    Elysium Law will be fighting this from now on for the majority of ETC clients.
                    Yes - that's exactly what I meant, thanks for clarifying.

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                      SD Advice

                      Hi all,

                      Spoke with a lawyer today who works regularly with SDs.

                      He mentioned that the use of Statutory Demands can be an expeditious way of establishing a debt to then allow an insolvency procedure to follow without first requiring to obtain a Court decree, however, it must be used appropriately due to, amongst other things, the Courts being critical of their misuse. Commonly the Courts will criticize the use of a Statutory Demand where the creditor is aware that the debt is disputed and is seeking to use it as a debt recovery tool.

                      Surely Felicitas knows that we are all going to dispute using the correct forms and by paying for a lawyer to act on our behalf.

                      The approach doesn't make sense to me.

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