Late\Non Payment .... the best way to deal with??

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    #16
    Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
    Two delated payments could be "persistent", so lob-in g11 too even if Court ultimately strikes it out.
    Sorry- meant 'delayed' payments.
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      #17
      The s8 notices last a year from the date of service, the s21 lasts forever or until a new AST is agreed or until the world as we know it ends (whichever is shorter )
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