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Docshave to be served at last known address or latest known address or currentaddress. They can be dropped through the letterbox or given to anyone in thehouse.
Theywill follow your for the shortfall anywhere they can find you.
Ifyou now have the docs they are served and you cannot claim that they are not.
Providedthey have proof of posting, then in law you have received them althoughjudgements can sometimes be set a side for a time but will still have to bedefended later.
If youdon't attend court the lender will get judgement in yr absence
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