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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Second debt recovery letter
     Second debt recovery letterYou're owed money and your customer hasn't responded to your first letter requesting payment.  You don't want to issue proceedings yet because it's an important customer and you can't really afford to lose their business. What to doIn these circumstances, it's perfectly in order to send a gently worded second reminder letter. It's probably unnecessary to even carry a threat of court action if they ignore this letter. What it's doing is gradually upping the ante.  If need be, follow...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Enforcing the judgment
    Enforcing the judgment OK, you've now got your judgment. But enforcing it is often the tricky bit and how successful you are will determine whether you get paid or not. Use this checklist to run through the various ¬≠options.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Pre-enforcement agents letter
    Pre-enforcement agents letterYou've managed to get judgment and believe that the defendant has sufficient assets to be able to clear the debt. Use our letter to send to the defendant to request them to settle up before you send in the enforcement agents (bailiffs).AdviceApplying to the court to instruct the enforcement agents to enforce your judgment, known as a "warrant of control", is a straightforward exercise. You will need to complete Form N323 which you can get from any county court or from the website...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to court to enter judgment not a fixed amount
    Letter to court to request judgment - not a fixed amountYou've issued a claim but you're not in a position to fix the amount. The defendant's not filed a defence. Use our letter to send to the court with Form N205B to enter judgment against them in default.AdviceIf you weren't able to quantify the amount when you issued your claim, you would have been sent or given a Form N205B. If no defence has been filed within either 14 or 28 days (this only applies if an acknowledgment was served by the defendant) then...
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