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  1. I think Manxman and FTMDave have done some great work on this thread and given up a substantial amount of their time. We're lucky to have them helping. HB
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  2. Not in this instance...as the courts directed a particularised statement. .
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  3. I unexpectedly had a couple of hours free this afternoon and thought I would have a bash at helping simeon drafting his counterclaim. Everybody please feel free to comment on and - hopefully improve it! (In particular I am not sure if I've got the terminology correct vis a vis counterclaimant and defendant - so that may need correcting). I am aware that Andyorch and BankFodder often stress the importance of keeping POCs to the bare minimum so as not to give away your case too much. Whether I've given too much detail - or not enough - here, I don't know. As I say, it's free to be pulled apart, but simeon seems to have nothing else.
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  4. Okay I will spend some more time reading, I've bookmarked a few threads including the one you wrote about the courier industry and I'll search for some more.
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  5. “as he waded through the empty bottles and platters of sandwiches, he didn’t realise it was a party”
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  6. I would wait until the 24th or just after and ring again and quote my post #54...I would also inquire how did 7 days turn into 44 ? You don't have to make an application to enforce the court directions. .
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  7. I don't know because I wasn't there when the judge delivered their verdict. I think I've already suggested you ring the court and ask them if you need to submit a re-drafted defence to the original claim or did the judge dismiss the application to set aside. Tell them English is not your first language and that you are confused as to what you need to submit next week (or whenever the deadline is). Ask them to explain what you are required to do and what more you are allowed to do. OK? OK. So if I understand you correctly you appear to have some information/evidence to support the amount counterclaimed. You have: a r
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  8. Update on letter of damages / wrongful interference letter: Appears to have been delivered / Signed for this morning. Delivered Your item was delivered on 19-01-2022. Not the signature you expected? Find out why. Tracking number:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Service used:Royal Mail Signed For™ Proof of delivery Rotate imagePrint proof of delivery Signed for by: HERMES Delivered at: 10:34, Wednesday 19 January 2022
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  9. Thanks ever so much for your replies folks, I see I had jumped a step in the process during my research of old posts. I see the approach is to ridicule their spurious claims and I am sure we cam embellish this further. I did point out in the letter sent to the surgery that they would be dragged into any further proceeding so the idea of further implicating them and copying them in may well create an uncomfortable situation for them. I plan to send it by post on the week of 7th Feb so we have time to finesse. Thanks again
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  10. nope, incidental capture. dx
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  11. We are aware - well, sort of. The claimant didn't bother to abide by court orders, multiple times. Eventually there was a default judgement both ways - the claimant's case struck out, the counter claim allowed. The builder then applied for set aside for (1) his case to be reinstated and (2) the counter claim to be set aside, but only (2) was granted. I agree with everything you have posted that evidence for the counter claim should have been there when it was filed and in any case the OP has had nigh on a year to get such evidence together. So now up to the OP to prepare the best itemised counter cl
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  12. A breakdown should be given within the particularised claim to quantify the losses claimed along with whether in negligence of breach of contract......breach of duty causation and loss as the Defendant Part 20 Claimant must be in a position to be able to plead with fact given that counterclaim has already been submitted earlier albeit with no great detail or support but now the court wish to test the counter claim. Its no use now rushing around to try and get expert testimonial and what it will cost to correct....that should have all been finalised at the time the counter claim was initially filed....after all the OP was prepared to plead this la
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  13. If the pipe is not passing over their land or vacate in water over their land then it is simply visually unsightly and unless there is some local agreement or law that prevents it, then you are completely in your rights. If your builders et cetera are getting hassled by them then I suggest that you start keeping a very detailed diary of any incidents – dates, times, who said what to who – and also don't get drawn into anything. If it starts to get nasty then keep us updated.
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  14. Hi Have the vehicles in question with the PCNs & VIN Numbers ever belonged to you at any stage? if NO Wait for DVLA response (I know you have reported this to Action Fraud) but I would then contact the Police non emergency number and report this matter to them also (note the crime reference number) Have you done a check on your Credit File? ClearScore | Your Credit Score & Report, For Free, Forever, GB WWW.CLEARSCORE.COM Get your free credit score and credit report on ClearScore. Check them as often as you like - it won’t affect your score., GB
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