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I have got an ongoing small claims. The debtor isnt paying even though we met at the court hearing and agreed to pay an amount which was suitable for both parties. I rang the debor on the last …
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banned6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
I have got an ongoing small claims. The debtor isnt paying even though we met at the court hearing and agreed to pay an amount which was suitable for both parties.

I rang the debor on the last day he had to pay and said he cant afford it and he will inform the courts and fill in the form to pay in instalments and he hasnt done this too.

I have filed a form to call the debtor into court for questioning and hoping this will be served soon.

I now have good knowledge that he has a one way ticket to leave the country as he is in a mess with lots of other financial related problems.

Does anyone know how I can get an order to stop him leaving and how much does it cost and what do I have to do from now.

Thank you in advance.
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banned6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I may be wrong,but I dont see how you can stop him leaving the country-only the police can do that,and this isnt a criminal matter
2 Likes #2
You need magicjay, HUKD's resident lawman!
#3
pretty sure you can't stop them, this is a civil matter, not a criminal one.
[mod]#4
You can't unless you kidnap him and tie him up in your basement. lol
[mod]#5
There isn't a way (certainly that I am aware of) to stop someone leaving the country who is subject to civil proceedings. Do you know where this person is going? Many EU countries have reciprocal debt collection arrangements with England.

I have never had to do this (only serve in an EU country) but I am sure it is done via the Foreign Process Section of the Royal Courts of Justice.
#6
Theres no way.

My Inlaws are owed thousands from a certain piece of crap who ripped them off and is now leaving a life of luxury in America.
#7
Send Big Rick around, any petty claim or childish dispute he will be sure to make a pigs ear out of
#8
How much was the debt for? Maybe we can all chip in :{
[mod]#9
Just to also add, there are other methods of enforcement. If you know their bank details you can possibly get a "3rd Party Debt Order" or if they own a property you can attempt to register a Charge.
#10
If he has no money and no assets it doesn't really matter if he is in the country or not - you aren't going to get your money.
If you know when he he going to leave, then you might be able to apply to get the hearing to question the debtor expedited. If it is for a large debt it might be worth your while employing a solicitor so you don't risk losing any chance of recovering something.
banned 1 Like #11
Thanks guys, thats the problem he says he has no money where as I know he's just playing on this and know he has the money. He has property so the next step will be to put a charge on his property. I just want to try and get the cash though rather than put a charging order, I may even not live to see the debtor sell his property and really I could do with the cash so I can use it to pay for some things.
banned 1 Like #12
magicjay1986
Just to also add, there are other methods of enforcement. If you know their bank details you can possibly get a "3rd Party Debt Order" or if they own a property you can attempt to register a Charge.


I dont know his bank details but have previously put a charging order but he filed an N244 so all got reverted back. Are there any other process in my favour I can follow prior to enforcing the judgement.
banned#13
kidnap his dog.
#14
make friends with him, drive him to the airport at the gate give him a hug,,,and slip some illicit substances in his pocket as he goes through ;)
banned 1 Like #15
Be a bit more serious please
#16
What nationality is he, and what country is he intending to go to?
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magicjay1986
Just to also add, there are other methods of enforcement. If you know their bank details you can possibly get a "3rd Party Debt Order" or if they own a property you can attempt to register a Charge.
I dont know his bank details but have previously put a charging order but he filed an N244 so all got reverted back. Are there any other process in my favour I can follow prior to enforcing the judgement.


So he owns property? How much are you owed?

I am out at the moment but should be home about half 8 to reply.
banned 1 Like #18
thesaint
What nationality is he, and what country is he intending to go to?


British going to Malaysia
banned 1 Like #19
magicjay1986
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magicjay1986
Just to also add, there are other methods of enforcement. If you know their bank details you can possibly get a "3rd Party Debt Order" or if they own a property you can attempt to register a Charge.
I dont know his bank details but have previously put a charging order but he filed an N244 so all got reverted back. Are there any other process in my favour I can follow prior to enforcing the judgement.


So he owns property? How much are you owed?

I am out at the moment but should be home about half 8 to reply.


£3k
#20
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British going to Malaysia


Can British people go on one way tickets to Malaysia? I doubt it.

It's also unlikely that a person would leave his country of origin for a relatively small amount of money when he owns property.
banned#21
Malaysia won't let him in with a one way ticket. I tried after i lovepink sent me a pm inviting me over.
banned 1 Like #22
Apologies, he's goin Thailand.
#23
Thailand won't let him in on a one way ticket. Assuming he's presenting himself as a visitor.
#24
Jumpingphil


http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/what.gif


The only context I have is that he owns a property, and owes £3k.
2 Likes #25
OP -

I would be way more concerned about the fact that you have been a member here for over 4 years, and only have 2 'likes'.
banned 7 Likes #26
CW9652- mr "Celebrity" have u seen how many posts or deals I post, its very low and should I have been posting loads I'm sure I'd have a lot more likes. Nonetheless, its relevant to the thread, I'm looking to discuss the thread not my likes. And if you were to read the case you'll find iv been flexible and understanding all the way just be done over.
#27
flexing
Nonetheless, its relevant to the thread

I know. 'tis alright now. J.P. helped you out. you have 50% more now.
banned 1 Like #28
He has a friend in Thailand who owns a hotel.
#29
flexing
He has a friend in Thailand who owns a hotel.

Are you saying this rich hotelier is going to lend your friend the money to pay you back?
banned#30
Syzable
You can't unless you kidnap him and tie him up in your basement. lol

LOL...... You beat me to it! X)
banned 1 Like #31
QWERTA369- no I was just responding to your earlier post saying Thailand won't let him in with a one was ticket as a visitor.
#32
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QWERTA369- no I was just responding to your earlier post saying Thailand won't let him in with a one was ticket as a visitor.


Eh? Having a friend who owns a hotel doesn't magically grant you entry to Thailand when you're on a one way ticket entering as a visitor. Or are you saying that he has had a work permit issued?
banned 1 Like #33
Yes it could be a possibility that he isn't going as a visitor and may have a work permit as his friend over in Thailand owns a hotel. This is the info I have. Only time will tell.
#34
the law in this country is a joke,
we are waiting for a judge to read an application, two and a half months we have been waiting...
[mod] 1 Like #35
maddogb
the law in this country is a joke,
we are waiting for a judge to read an application, two and a half months we have been waiting...


Just because a court is busy does not mean the law is a joke.

Edited By: magicjay1986 on Jan 15, 2011 10:16: Typo
banned#36
nothing to do with the topic but after cw9652s crappy comment i have liked all flexings posts


in every thread

Edited By: DaveLister on Jan 14, 2011 23:50
#37
£3k? Just go around with a mate and you should both be able to walk away enough of his stuff to cover that. The way the OP was going on about putting a lein on his house I though at least 10 times that :)

Also what everyone said re: one way tickets is true. Almost anywhere outside the EU and they will require a work visa or a return ticket. Even with a work visa they often insist on a open ended ticket.

Edited By: alternate on Jan 15, 2011 00:24
1 Like #38
baseball bat + BigRick
banned#39
tinkerbell28- why can't I thread?

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