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BREACHED CO

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11 Apr 12 #323131 by Jane8
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Divorced now. Ex should pay CCJ debt in joint names as in CO - he has not and I wish to enforce. Do I send D11 form with £90 fee to court with highlighted part in CO for judge and covering letter? Will this be adequate? Ex keeps saying he is waiting to hear from debtor but this has been going on for many months now. (No end date in CO, however, a reasonable time has elapsed)
Is this all I need to do? I dont want to instruct a solicitor.
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12 Apr 12 #323179 by dukey
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Thats all you need to do for now, when you get the date to attend court take another copy of the CO with you, if you did not staple it to D11 they have been known to go astray.

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12 Apr 12 #323196 by Jane8
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Thank you very much for your quick reply. Ex is threatening that if I go ahead he will have to reassess his finances (maintenance I presume). Will the court allow this and is this a separate matter?

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