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The type of court action raised will depend on your specific circumstances. The action required will depend upon the sum due to you by the debtor. Where the debt is less than £5,000 the action will most likely be a Simple Procedure. However, if the debt is for £5,000 and up, an Ordinary action should be raised.

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Whichever side of a dispute you find yourself on, the Litigation Lawyers at Miller Samuel Hill Brown can advise on the options most likely to achieve the best outcome. Call us on 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online contact form and we will get back to you shortly.

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