They can take you to court in the UK but they have to serve papers which will be at your last known address if they don’t know where your and the buyer of the property is not going to be very pleased about that if the agent sold the property to the is now issuing court proceedings against their client at the new owners address!
Even if they take you to court and get a judgement, they are still going to have to enforce it whenever you have moved to which would mean solicitors in that country.
It’s not going to be cheap or easy and my advice to them, if you offered full and final settlement of say, GBP3000, would be to accept it.
The wording of the letter is important because it needs to say that if they don’t accept it they should return it.
We can only word letters for you as part of premium services proposal and I shall endeavour to submit that for you now. It’s optional extra. Alternatively, you could get your solicitor to send a cheque saying the same thing and if they don’t accept it, they should return it.
If I have answered your question for you, at the top of the page, you should see a rating facility. Can you please rate my reply 3 stars or more because that really helps me? Please note you are not rating whether it’s favourable, because sometimes you may not get the answer you want, but basically my knowledge and way of dealing.
The thread does not close and I am happy to answer any questions you may have arising from this.