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What is it you want to know about this today please?
Ive read your previous chat - what is it you want to ask me on this new thread?
There is nothing you need to do.If the Hire Co wants it, they have to sue you.
As such you can defend it at Court under Hire Purchase Act 1964
They either must get a Court order or allow you to keep it.
If you keep it, then they can apply to Court.
You will have an opportunity to defend it at Court.
That should resolve it for you.
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8 weeks then go the Ombudsman.
Does that help?