US$58,000. I am also named as I was the renter as named on the rental contract which I signed.
The rental was in the Bahamas and the writ was issued under the law of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas whic, as a former colony, is essentially UK law.
yes, it the writ had been served in the UK would there be grounds to set it aside as my wife should not hve been named as a defendent
Sorry, not sure my answer went through: If the writ had been served in the UK would the above be grounds to have it set aside?
Have you received my answer?
When you say writ, you mean claim form?
Or has Judgment been entered?
A writ has been served and an Appearance has to be made shortly. No judgement can be made until the trial has completed.
no, the defence will be filed in Nassau
Yes, in Nassau. No defence has been filed yet.
Have not received your response and do not yet have an answer to my question. Please respond!
The writ names both myself and my wife. I alone am named as the renter and am the sole signatory.
no that is fine, thank you