About 6 months ago I recieved a bill from PowerGen for my old flat that I sold 3 years ago. I gave them a call to explain the situation and it turned out that yes the bill was up until the present, but it turned out that it was also for 2 months when I was still resident. I honestly cant remember now whether I got a final meter reading and if so if I paid it, but am prepared to take them at their word. They then said they would send out a bill for the 2 months. After about 10 frustrating phone calls to their call centre and no bill appearing, but demand letters for the entire amount instead. About 3 months ago I simply gave up (stupid I know, but I had a lot going on and it wasnt at the top of my priorities). I've now got a letter threatening court action to get a warrent, and notes that interest and expenses will be added. I'm loathe to start the whole powergen rigmarole again? Can I defend myself or is it just an automatic warrent. What ultimately can the court do if I don't comply after the warrent is served? I know that warrent sales were abolished a few years ago, but what has been put in their place?