Delay Debt Enforcement Action Template Letter

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Request to delay debt enforcement action

Use this sample letter when your creditor informs you they intend to commence legal proceedings and you are waiting for financial and legal advice. Do not use this letter if legal proceedings have been commenced.

This sample letter is for information only and should not be relied upon as legal advice. The information applies only in Victoria, and was updated in February 2014.

It is possible that this letter may be ignored and legal proceedings commenced. You should immediately lodge a complaint with the External Dispute Resolution scheme to which your credit provider belongs. If they do not belong to one of the schemes, seek legal advice urgently. Contact Consumer Action Law Centre on 1300 881 020 or advice@consumeraction.org.au

[Date] [Your street]
[Your suburb and postcode]
[Your phone number]

 

[Name of creditor/debt collector]
[Creditor’s/dc’s street number and name]
[Creditor’s /dc’s suburb and postcode]

 

Dear [ ],

Subject: Request to delay debt enforcement action: [Your name]

I refer to your letter of [date] advising of your intention to commence legal proceedings in relation to [details of the debt, eg loan number].

I request that you do not take legal action against me for a period of fourteen days as I am currently seeking financial and legal advice in relation to this matter. Should you do so, I will complain to the External Dispute Resolution scheme to which you belong.

In making this request, I do not acknowledge liability for the amount alleged to be outstanding.

Would you please provide me with a written response to my request promptly.

Yours faithfully,

 

[your name and signature]

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