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Thank you for the question. I am familiar with the difficulties in complaining to the CMS. However, until such times as the matter has been exhausted with them then you will have to follow this process through to the end. You can resubmit the evidence again so it may flag up a bit quicker for your. In terms of your payments, I would not advise that you start paying less as they can legally enforce the arrears against you in court and this can end up costing you more. What you can do is come to an agreement with you ex partner, i.e ask her to agree a small payment in return you will continue to pay the car, if you explain you would have to take the car back if you are continued to be forced to pay this amount. If you can agree this with your ex then that will negate the need for the CMS to be involved, or look through your file. If you do any such agreement please ENSURE you get it in writing.
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Yes, unfortunately they would. I would try and make a deal with your ex then that would forego the need for the CMS to rectify the matter.
You can yes, you will simple need to make an application to the CM Tribual. You can do this online.