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English civil law 1. I have sent the claim to the debtor,

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English civil law
1. I have sent the claim to the debtor, which is sealed by the court.
2. I sent it using the recorded and signed for delivery needed by court.
3. They refused to sign for it and it has been returned to the postal depot.What could I do now?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Harris replied 11 months ago.

Hi, thanks for your question. You will need to ensure that the respondent is served with the application and there best way to do this is to instruct a process server to do this - you can google for various ones and compare prices. The process server will make all efforts to ensure that the respondent is personally served and they will prepare a statement for the court.

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