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Post by janloot on Tue Sep 26, 2017 11:59 am

Good afternoon community members   Wink

I have outstanding ct accounts from the last 2 years.

I have set up a £5 a week standing order paid directly into the council’s bank account. I have just spoken to a member of the councils collections tem who said I have to at least double the payments to enable my 2016/17 bill to be cleared by the end of this tax year (strange he didn’t mention bringing my 2017/18 bill up to date).

I told him I could in my opinion only afford the £5 a week and I was NOT disputing any Liability. He said they would take me to court as part of the recovery process, I said they would need to be acting on a previously gained liability order and once again I was not refusing or disputing any liability.

He got himself a bit wound up and said they would take appropriate actions but he would not inform of what these would be. He did say he would try and send me further details.

Can anyone please advise me on what actions the council CAN take, after all I am not disputing anything and I have set up regular payments.

Just to let you know I am on dwp benefits, if that has any implications.
I set up the weekly £5 as per Russell Burton`s youtube video `Become a Runner ... The revolution is now .. Ctax Runners`  ………   would like to here from any other member with similar experience

Thanks in advance     Wink
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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by daveiron on Tue Sep 26, 2017 12:41 pm

Hi
councils have the discretion to reduce your charge ,even to zero.

Do a Freedom of information request ,& ask them for how many times have they used this discretion
and how many were zero.

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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by man on Tue Sep 26, 2017 1:54 pm

i would imagine that even if they were to write to your mailing location to invite a person to attend a meeting in a room inside a court building and you appeared, they would ask you to fill out an income and expenditure form to see whether you could afford to discharge more than £5 per week. What you write on the form should determine, whether you stay discharging £5 or not.

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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by janloot on Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:35 pm

Could my council still invite me to court?

If so; what would the complaint be as I am not contesting liability and I am making a regular payment.

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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by man on Tue Sep 26, 2017 9:26 pm

They shouldn't, but the 'Council' hires a room in the local court building once a month where they put on a court room play and invite anyone they think owes them money. The 'Council' aren't honourable, they are a for profit trading name who purchased the trading name that had the word council in it from government in around 1994.

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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by assassin on Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:52 am

Remember that an unrebutted claim stands as law, and this is how councils operate, they make a claim and if people ignore it (as many do) it means the council have made the law and it is up to the courts to uphold it.
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Re: CT recovery actions

Post by Tiggy on Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:02 am

janloot wrote:Could my council still invite me to court?

If so; what would the complaint be as I am not contesting liability and I am making a regular payment.

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Yes, they will issue a Court Summons for a Liability Order, this is standard practice for anyone in arrears.  It isn't a question of liabity at this point only of arrears, so even if you're making regulars payments and not questioning liability they will still go for an order.

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