7 £ / hr with 40 hrs. / week
is an English court in charge at all, and why does he claims the money from me, if the property is located in France, and the owners (in whose name the rental contract was set up) are living outside the UK?
I am just helping my kids with the organisation, I am not a professional property manager.
sorry, I am working shifts, and I m not always available on the Internet.
So far, you did not provide any answers that I did not already google myself before contacting you. myself.
I would really like to know if:
an English court is a charge at all when the property and the contract partners are not living / located in the UK. Remember, this judgment happened without that a judge saw the case at all (because I did not reply because the thing was sent to the wrong address).
Maybe I should just ignore it? Because as long nobody contacts me (and a Bailiff would be sent to the wrong address as well), How can I probably know. People are not expected to check their credit regularly.
And if it is so easy to get a wrong judgement, by just sending something to a wrong address, should I not just do the same thing in return claim the same amount plus lets say 1000 £ for my efforts, send it to a wrong address as well, and get a judgement against the claimant? It would be much nicer than to dispute the thing at the court.
I would really appreciate if you can come up with some more specific and creative answers that I can not find at Google myself.