Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

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    Question LLoyds Bank New Paying In Slips

    I went into Lloydsicon TSB yesterday to pay in a cheque.
    I didn't have my paying in book so used a counter slip.

    There is now no stub on the slip so there is no receipt issued for payment recieved.

    I thought it was illegal not to issue a receipt? Am I wrong?
    Can I insist on a receipt?

    I suppose they could argue that the paying in book issued should be used but is a stub receipt really too much to expect...

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    Default Re: LLoyds Bank New Paying In Slips

    I would say that thye have to give you some kind of receipt. If there isn't a stub then i would insist on another form of receipt.


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    Default Re: LLoyds Bank New Paying In Slips

    You should get a green and blue slip handed across the counter.

    You sign the blue slip and that signs the green slip underneath.

    Your receipt of transaction is the green slip.

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