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    Is that 14 working days or do weekends count as days?

    Nothing from them so far. Is there a specific method of going for strike out in these circumstances? Eg; is there a template to be adapted / other examples that can give an indication of how one would go about this?

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    14 calendar days.

    You would need to pay £255 and draft an application to strike out, but with less than 14 days to go at that point you might be better off to just raise it with the Judge at the very start of the hearing.

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    Gannymede;

    Thank you. We will do just that if need be. Someone called my wife today from PDC Law (she missed the call but googled the number).

    The witness statements and evidence we have sent is pretty conclusive and they received it today (Cuerden yesterday).

    It may be totally coincidental but, they didn’t have her number so must have searched for it online, wouldn’t be difficult to find based on address as it’s published. We don’t know what they may have wanted but the next few days may be interesting, we’ll see if they try and communicate via post.

    Hearing date is 1/06/18 so if it’s 14 calendar days then to be filed before then means by end of court day tomorrow.

    It may be just a tad premature but given the call and them signing for the file from us today (which included the statements and all evidence we rely on) perhaps they may be willing to talk now which is something they have categorically refused to take part in.

    I’ll post again in the next week, see what happens. Thanks for advice re the strike out, we’ll mention it at the time if need be.

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    Today they have filed their witness statements and the evidence they rely on.

    They are late and have waited until we sent ours first by the looks of it.

    They have denied being invited to Mediationicon (I forgot to add a copy of the appointment in the pack but we do have it from the end team). Just wonder if the court might accept it late given the claimants lateness.

    I doubt we would get the court to act on the failure to file on time. They have left it a little late. CPR doesn’t seem to mean too much I guess.

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    End = med team (phone generated text).


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    Quote Originally Posted by nervousneris View Post
    Today they have filed their witness statements and the evidence they rely on.

    They are late and have waited until we sent ours first by the looks of it.

    They have denied being invited to Mediationicon (I forgot to add a copy of the appointment in the pack but we do have it from the end team). Just wonder if the court might accept it late given the claimants lateness.

    I doubt we would get the court to act on the failure to file on time. They have left it a little late. CPR doesn’t seem to mean too much I guess.
    When did you receive them?

    I doubt you'll get the case struck out for a day or two. It wouldn't be proportionate.


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    When did you receive them?

    I doubt you'll get the case struck out for a day or two. It wouldn't be proportionate.
    The Witness statements and their bundle arrived on Saturday 19th May.

    However, a couple of days ago PDC sent through a "Consent Order" and have taken off all the costs, the adminicon fees charged by the claimant and have asked for the 7 years back payment of service charge to the sum of £1050.00.

    They have added on the court fee of £115.00 which they have obviously paid to get it there and also asking for a £100.0 court fee for the order to be approved by the court. Total settlement figure of £1265.00.

    We never had any issue with the payment of the charge, only would not pay it whilst in the wrong name and their ridiculous and what may actually be (but isn't proven as it's not been decided by a judge yet) illegal charges.

    We are looking to accept the consent order and pay the money, mostly because I personally think that we have won and they have waited almost 8 years because of their idiocy.

    Before we do, I'd be grateful to have someone elses thoughts on it but I think it is sensible and morally right to pay the arrears and their charge for the court (I did once tell them to take it there in anger but a long time before it got there).


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