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Hi there, it sounds like the court is serving the papers on the defendant (the injunction) but it is not clear - the court may list a hearing to decide whether or not to grant the injunction. A hearing is not normally required if you gave written notice to the defendant that you were going to apply unless they stopped their conduct. So my view is the court has already made an injunction order but ideally you should speak to the court to ask them (if you speak to the civil listing section at Manchester county court - 0161(###) ###-####
I hope this helps, sorry I can't be more accurate but it's difficult without seeing a court order or speaking to the court staff myself.
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Strange, with it being an injunction to stop them from doing something. I presume it would be the Part 8 claim that was issued (which is served on them) - as I say i'd need to ask them what's going on. Some court staff are helpful and know what's going on with a case and others are not so useful - maybe worth putting in another call tomorrow morning
Yes you would have done - if anything was sent out it would have been checked by one of their district judges beforehand..
No problem, ask for the "civil listing section" when you ring them.
Hi there, they are usually supposed to be more "covert" than obviously taking photos and such like. A debt recovery firm cannot do much - they are not bailiffs, but nevertheless it still seems to be harassment - the best you can do is turn them away from your property. The Police are not likely to get involved unless it's serious harassment.
You can say that you consider their tactics to be harassment and to say that you will apply to the court to strip their licence if they persist. They can't do much though like I say - a CCJ has to be obtained from the court to then be able to use bailiffs. These aren't bailiffs, just some cowboys with cameras
yes, they should stop what they're doing if you tell them there is no possibility of any money being paid until a court order says otherwise.
Yes, that looks fine to be sent - email would be a good idea for speed
No problem at all. Feel free to ask anything else
Yes, if the contract was with the limited company then the director has no liability. Unless there was negligent or fraudulent misrepresentation but that's not the case here.
Hi there, a condescending response from them in my view.
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