Me and my daughter ran a riding school together (but she is registered as the company director) at christmas it became apparent that she wasn't paying bills and running up a lot of debt i tried to resolve the situation but in the end had to give her a notice to quit which expires on 7th June 2013 (she says this is not valid) but i only did this so she had a month to move her business elsewhere as her dad i believe i didn't really have to go down this route. I have been forced to live elsewhere now because of Heather and her actions.
On 30/05/13 i attended at the stables with the police (to prevent a breach of the peace) to remove my two horses and other items. Heather produced a passport for one of the horses in her name ( a horse passport is not prove of ownership just identity and it is stated on the front of it) and then she said i had bought the horse but given it to her as a gift which i never have done. the police officer wasn't happy to let mekvin the horse go and i agreed to leave the horse and go down the civil action route.
I sent Heather a letter the next day to let her know that we were doing this and asked her not remove him from the premises until ownership was confirmed.
I then provided a statement and got a statement and invoice from the person i bought the horse from and went before a county court judge yesterday and obtained a court order for heather not to remove the horse until the matter had been heard in front of the judge.
I do not have a correspondence address for heather as she moved out of the house on the 1st and therefore used her solicitors address for service.
I have now received a letter from the solicitor stating they are no longer acting on behalf of heather and any further letters will be returned to me. I then phoned the solicitors and asked what address i was supposed to use, he then informed me the court order served to their address for heather yesterday was not valid as they were not on the court register. but the injunction was ex party and he wouldn't be on the court register. what can i do now ?