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    Of course you must always defend...I think we are going off at different tangents here....I am simply referring to the response you got from Cabot and their lack of understanding of the process.You must appreciate that 95% of DCA claims go undefended and they work on default judgments.
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    Nobody asked me about my historic CCJ's when I applied for my mortgage, only what was still on my file. Even if they do ask, there is no way of finding out once they are off your file, so no need to tell them. And of course they can issue a claim, and they will win if like 90% of the people you don't defend it, or you don't know about it because it went to an old address. That claim may never happen, but if it does you will have an excellent defence.
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    Yes, that's his plan. Anyway, the 28 February is well passed and he didn't take you to court. This proves he's bluffing. It's up to you what to do. If you just want your deposit back, start the pre action protocol for the difference he owes you. I would keep the non protection of deposit separate as it is a much simpler matter, no defence from his part.
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    So he could be making this up. Strange because he claims of having a report from simply business contractors. And no, they wouldn't give him a quote for a declined claim. From earlier posts seems that LL fixed a few things in the house, so the prices that he's claiming are actual costs. Anyhow, it will be difficult for him to explain why he wanted to give you back part of the deposit and when you challenged this he realised there were £14k of damages.
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    Not at all, but if there are pictures of water damage the judge might consider that. Was there any water damage in the kitchen and if so, how did it happen?
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    Currently wondering what noise a 3d printer will make if launched via an upstairs window... It's not worked fully for a couple of months so I brought a new nozzle for it, only to get the wrong one 6 nozzles later and I found although its advertised with a mk 10 it's actually a V6. Now I know its that I've got parts on the way but it's still a bit of a mick take
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