Tenants accepted court judgement - instalment advice please?

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I've recently instigated a MCOL judgement against the former joint tenants, and received back the N9A form that they admitted full liability for 1300 worth of arrears.

They have completed the income and expanses sections, and offered 50 per month each, however I do not believe the figures they have entered are accurate or truthful. As it is my own former home, I know the approximate utility costs, but each tenant has put the full amount in their own section, effectively doubling their outgoings and reducing the sum available to pay.

If I refuse or dispute the proposed instalment amount, what is the usual process, and possible likely outcome?

Alternatively, if I accept the proposed instalment, what time frame is generally permitted for late payments in order to enforce judgement by an attachment of earnings or bailiff action?
Also, what would happen if one tenant paid, and the other didn't - would this be considered a default by both?

Thanks in advance.
01/08/2015 21:12

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