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Can you tell me more about the claim?
I am sorry to hear what you are going though.
They cant ask you to move out without serving you a proper notice.
What letter did you receive from the Court? Have you defended the claim?
Are you able to upload the letter from court so i could take a look for you?
Thank you. You need to dispute part of the claim as you have already settled £2000, you then fill in the form in the response pack where it allows to make a proposal of payment by instalments. That would buy you some time to settle the entire balance.
Your case would not go to trial if you make admission.
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As advised, if you now agreed to pay back the money the guarantor will not be affected.
Hello again, please bear with me I will take a look now.
Did you make any verbal offer when you spoke to them on the phone?
What did you say to that?
Also, they cannot make you leave. The current law says they have to give you 6 months notice to vacate the property. Did you receive any notice?
Can I see the letter?
I think they are evicting you illegally. Do you want to leave?
You need to write back and tell them how much you can afford each month.
Tell them you are not leaving without an eviction notice.
Tell them you can only afford £XXX a month.
Thank you. When was this sent to you?
When did you receive form 6A?
You need to write to them and tell them how much you can pay. Also tell them no point getting judgement because you can't afford to pay all the money in one go anyway.
They can't physically kick you out without a court order.
You need to get to see if their notice is valid.
Not necessary. I can take a look for you but there will be a fee.
I have sent you a proposal. Please let me know if it is agreeable. Thank you.
They cannot kick you out without a proper notice, but I can't advise until i see all the docuements.