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Read articles on debt collection written by Carlo Pegna

Are you owed money, but don’t have a contract?

Often we are asked to recover money for goods and/or services supplied to customers where there is no contract to support the same. Although not ideal, it doesn’t make debt recovery impossible and the usual defence ‘Get lost, I didn’t sign anything’ depending on the circumstances does not apply.

 

Are you owed money from a debtor or debtors in Italy?

Master Collections have built a reputation in the industry as the go to debt collector for Italian debt collection. Hardly surprising when you consider Master Collections is a family business run by Italians. As a result Master Collections are able to offer its clients connections with lawyers in Italy.

 

 

Debt collection for recruitment agencies

Master Collections have built a reputation in the industry as the go to debt collector for recruitment debt collection. Indeed we often get asked to collect unpaid commissions and retainers for recruitment agents that are subject to terms and conditions the debtor tries to escape. In some cases the debtor will defend the claim in the courts on the basis that allegedly the recruitment agent breached the contract.

 

Can we collect it? Yes we can - debt collection for construction companies

Master Collections has built a reputation in the industry as the go to debt collector for construction. Indeed we often get asked to collect for construction sub contractors who have not been paid Payment Applications as a result of the contractor’s failure to issue a Payment Notice.

 

Protocol on pre-action conduct

Before you decide to issue a County Court claim ensure that your conduct of the matter has been compliant with the Civil Procedure Rules Pre-Action Conduct and Protocols. There are currently 13 protocols including amongst others, Construction and Engineering Disputes and Professional Negligence.

 

Small Claims Court – professional legal advice always pays

In April 2013 the Ministry of Justice increased the small claims limit from £5,000 to £10,000. Excellent news for every do-it-yourself litigant who fancies themself as a lawyer because costs on the small claims track are irrecoverable. Why spend money on legal professionals? What have you got to lose?