I am a Wedding Consultant Based In India and Serve NRI Clients. In October i organised a Wedding in Goa and my client defaulted payments worth 10,000 GBP. He made the payments via western union and after i took confirmations, charged back all the payments. On checking back in UK, he dissolved his company aswell. I have sent him e mails forging penalty and interest but he has'nt responded. I have a credit card that he had shared with me as guarantee. I can file summons but without any pressure he might refuse to receive them. What should be done in such a scenario to recover my payments.
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india and UK are signatory to Hague convention and the summons can be served through Hague office located in India to the Hague office in UK. have you filed a suit for recovery as yet?
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