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I am considering taking a debtor to county court for

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Hi,
i am considering taking a debtor to county court for non-payment of invoices. They have decided to not pay about 4 invoices (one of which I know is in a genuine query, but not for the whole amount). The amount outstanding is about £8800 so the amount I must pay to Count Court is about £600 so I need to be careful and sure if my case.
I need some advice just to determine if my claim is at least 'worthy' of being referred.
I have been very helpful to the debtor and provided emails and copy invoices etc. The has given a reason for non payment but because of the previous procedures in handling the other invoices (which were paid) I think his reasons are tenuous.
Any advice would be great
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
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