Hello Alex, the debt arose in the UK whilst working for me. And I know for sure that he lives in the UK based on the address he's been writing down on his invoices.
I did give his uk address.
I believe he told the court that he has moved just to get away with it. Following this, the court has ruled that the claim is stayed until I complete and return form N510.
That's the problem. He is still residing at his address in the UK. I have not been given a new address. All I know is that he comes from Portugal so he must have just said to the court that he has gone back to his parents home. Although I have spotted him still living at his uk address. His car is also parked outside his house.
No problem, I will wait to hear from you
I am happy to wait for an answer
The defendant lives in the UK but is claiming that he lives in Portugal
A small claim was issued to him at his uk address. I got a response from the court stating that the claim is stayed until I file form N510.
He filed a change of address to the court and gave his Portugal address although he is still residing at his uk address.
Please tell me which box I should tick on the N510 form.
What do you mean by that?
Yes they did. By post.
First of all I got a letter from Northampton county court stating that the case had been transferred to Slough county court.
Then I received a second letter from Slough county court stating that it has ordered that the claim be stayed until the claimant (myself) files form N510
Please allow me to have a look at this form and I will get back to you if I need further help. Hope that's ok.
On this form N244, it is asking me if I am attaching a draft of the order that I am applying for. What does this mean?
Do I send proof of the defendant's UK residency along with the form or do I wait to hear back from the court. The form also asks me if I want the application to be dealt with at a hearing or without a hearing. Not sure what to put there.