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He should write to them and say that he cannot pay, otherwise, they will keep trying to enforce against him. In fact, they might continue to do that because they don't believe him, so perhaps he could provide them with a schedule any incomings/outgoings, and then tell them this is all he has.
Yes, they should be told this.
They might leave him alone then. They might continue, I can't say, but the one thing you can be sure of is that if he doesn't have the money/assets to pay them, they won't be getting anything!
It could, but what are they going to do? They can't have what you don't have? You could, if you wanted to though, make an application to the court to pay by instalments, such as £2 a week or something, then so long as you keep up with that, no enforcement action could be taken against you.
Yes, you should tell the court. Anything you send to the Court you must send to the other side too.
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:) If he does nothing, then they will continue to try and enforce against him.
They might try and make him bankrupt. This could lead to a trustee being appointed and his share (if he has one, although I appreciate it's in your sole name) in the house being sold.