Summons and Court

Summons

If you have received a final notice and your council tax remains unpaid, we will take further recovery action to obtain the money due. This is done through the Magistrates Court.

You will be sent a summons that will tell you how much money you owe and when the hearing will be. You will be charged costs for the issue of the summons.

If you can't pay the amount in full please complete the payment proposal form sent with your summons. This may be posted to us or handed in at one of the council shops in Malvern, Tenbury Wells or Upton.

If you have problems paying your council tax please contact us - we may be able to make a special arrangement with you.

You may be entitled to benefits - why not try our benefit calculator, visit our benefit web pages or contact our benefit section to see if there is anything you can claim.

Court

You can attend court on the date given on the summons and speak to the Magistrates. You do not have to go to court if you don't want to - the decision is yours.

Please Note: The court cannot agree a payment plan with you. If you want to do this, please contact us.

At the court hearing we will ask the Magistrates to issue a liability order against you. This can be done even if you are not present.

Page Information
This page was last reviewed 19 September 2013 at 9:59 by Sandra Gordon.
The page is next due for review 18 March 2014.
Print
Email this page
Email to a Friend
Fill in the required details below to email this page to a friend.
  
  
  
  
You have
Add to Favourites Facebook Twitter
Map of Worcestershire Bromsgrove District Council Malvern District Council Redditch Borough Council Worcester City Council Wychavon District Council Wyre Forest District Council
The county of Worcestershire includes the districts of:


Google Translate
Malvern Hills District Council, Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern, WR14 3AF - Directions to Council Offices.