Specialist Debt monthly newsletters, articles and resources
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Enquiry of the Month
Spotlight (PDF)Cars on Hire Purchase (HP) in Bankruptcy
Enquiry of the MonthDebt relief orders and written off debts
Enquiry of the MonthCan a benefit overpayment bestatute barred and must these be scheduled in a DRO?
Spotlight (PDF)Fixed Penalties for Coronavirus Restrictions Offences
Enquiry of the MonthScheduling council tax arrears in a DRO where there has been no reminder notice issued
Spotlight (PDF)Understanding notice periods in light of Covid-19
Enquiry of the MonthPension fund exceeding total level of debt and the implications for a DRO application
Spotlight (PDF)Magistrates’ court fines and DROs
Enquiry of the MonthSuccessfully objecting to a bankruptcy petition on grounds of unreasonable refusal to accept a voluntary charge for council tax
Spotlight (PDF)Time orders in mortgage possession claims
Enquiry of the MonthConsidering some of the challenges for an Approved Intermediary
Spotlight (PDF)Applying for permission to be a company director whilst subject to Debt Relief Order restrictions
Enquiry of the MonthEnforcement of English debts in Italy following a DRO
Spotlight (PDF)Video Hearings
Enquiry of the MonthHow do you record PIP being used to pay for a logbook loan on the DRO application?
Spotlight (PDF)Vehicle ownership
Enquiry of the MonthCouncil tax liability for a property where landlord was made bankrupt
Spotlight (PDF)Clarification on disability benefit/premiums lump sums and on-goingincome in relation to DROs
Enquiry of the MonthSuccessful application to set aside County Court Judgment
Spotlight (PDF)Court and Insolvency Fees – a brief guide for debt advisers
Enquiry of the MonthBrexit – does it currently impact on insolvency and cross-border enforcement?
Spotlight (PDF)Care costs debt
Enquiry of the MonthWhen the outstanding balance under a HP agreement does not count towards the £20,000 debt limit
Challenging the application of statutory interest on County Court Judgments below £5000 being enforced by a High Court Writ