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  • Anything Cabot - don't overly stress - just ensure you speak to one of the legal team (Di / Jo / Gerry) if they issue or threaten to issue a claim, before doing anything. But whilst they are in default, you can safely ignore them - certainly with a confirmation letter saying they aren't able to comply with s.78.
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    • Originally posted by Never-In-Doubt View Post
      Anything Cabot - don't overly stress - just ensure you speak to one of the legal team (Di / Jo / Gerry) if they issue or threaten to issue a claim, before doing anything. But whilst they are in default, you can safely ignore them - certainly with a confirmation letter saying they aren't able to comply with s.78.
      Thank you for your reply, I will seek further support from you all, meanwhile I shall resend a copy of letter and signed for signature to remind them.
      Thanks again.

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      • Originally posted by Rosebud View Post

        Thank you for your reply, I will seek further support from you all, meanwhile I shall resend a copy of letter and signed for signature to remind them.
        Thanks again.
        Why? I wouldn't...... that could prompt them to actually find the information. Unless they are expressly threatening court, then i'd just stay quiet for a wee while. If they're threatening court then yes, copy their letter and just send a copy to them with a cover note saying very little more than "see attached, until you come out of default this account remains unenforceable". and literally leave it like that.

        Don't give anything away - only give the basic, to show (a judge, for instance) that you aren't hiding from your liabilities - more, you're lawfully disputing their legitimacy and validity under the Acts in place.
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