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The lead Tenant has gone back to India, his email states he will act for the other 3 tenants
Do you know the address?
Yes. We have the address
but can we serve by email. As he has agreed to this already.
But they are in India?
Are we using the correct forms?
You need to use form N1 to issue the claim
Then form N510 to confirm service outside jursidcition
Once you get Judgment then you can apply to enforce it in India
I can't tell you how to do that as a UK Solicitor.
And yes form N244 is to make an application
The money is held by MyDeposits.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
The contract is the AST for the tenancy here in the UK.
I understand what you are doing.
But you need to use forms:
N1, N510 and N244
which boxes do
On the 510?
sorry . Which box do I need to tick in form n510 ?
Page 2, second box down
We have to use 244 to get permission to carry on the proceedings via email??? Do we still need to send From N1 first and then revert to email ?
No, you dont need to apply for permission to serve by email.
You will need to file a certificate of service saying you have done so
isn't that what n244 is for? to apply for permission to serve by email?
N244 is an application.
Once you get Judgment then you can apply to have it enforced in India.
We don't want to enforce in India. The money is in UK, held in MyDeposits. All we want to do is ensure the ex tenants receive the paperwork by email for the case to be heard in UK. How do we manage this?
You just need to serve by email, file a certificate of service and get Judgment.
Sorry, how do we file a certificate of service?
You post it to the Court.
That's great, thanks. Do we still need N1, N244 and N510?
N1, N510 and N215
That's great. Thank you. x
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