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  1. ok thanks - has anybody actually had the stay reversed and got their money back ??????
  2. do you just print this off and send it to the court ?
  3. ok i'll wait for the letter - thanks !
  4. spoke to the court yesterday - was informed that all cases are being held until the case in the high court is heard - i dont think this is fair as i have fulfilled my side of the case by filling my evidence within the time limit but natwest solicitors have not !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is there anything i can do ???????????????
  5. ok will ring them tomorrow and let u know !! thanks for all the help
  6. it was at burton-on-trent staffordshire
  7. does the 21 days go from them receiving my paperwork ? and if so does that make it they have to reply by 9th august ??
  8. on thursday 28th june 2007 the papers in this claim were considered by district judge aa butler who allocated the claim to the small claims track to be heard at (address) on wednesday 24th october 2007 at 2pm with a time estimate of one hour 1) The following directions apply to this claim 2) The claiment shall within 21 days of service of this order send to the defendent and to the court: a) a schedule setting out each charge repayment of which is sought, showing the account number, date, amount, and reason (if any) for that charge being made; b) a statement of evidence, if such is to be relied upon, in support of the claim and copies of any relevent documents If the claiment fails to comply with this order, the claim will be struck out without further order. 3) the defendent shall within 21 days thereafter file and serve a witness statement in response to the claiments schedule, stating in respect of each item claimed: a) pursuant to what contractual provision such charge was made, producing a copy of the contractual document relied upon; b) whether such charge is accepted to be a penalty, and if not, why not: c) if such charge is alleged to be a pre-estimate of the defendents loss incurred by the claiment's actions( whether or not such action is to be treated as a breach of the contract between the parties), all facts and matters intended to be relied upon as showing that such is a proper estimate of such loss, and all evidence to be adduced at trial as to what the true cost of dealing with the matter was. If the defendent fails to comply with this order, the defence will be struck out without further order and the claiment shall be entitled to enter judgement. 4) the original documents shall be brought to the hearing. 5) the court must be informed immediately if the case is settled by agreement before the hearing date. I did send the court bundle with my charges and account details on 13th july 2007
  9. had order from court to appear on 24th october and it said within 21 days of service of this order to send a schedule setting out each charge account number etc etc and also a statement of evidence and any relevent documents - this was dated 28th june 2007 - i did this and sent to court and cobbetts by next day delivery on 13th july 2007 - spoke to the court yesterday and they have not recieved any response from natwest - do they have 21 days from the day of recieving my documents ?
  10. i have filed with the court and natwest solicitors my schedule and statement of evidence within 21 days but natwest has not filed anything and their 21 days is up - on court letter it states that if defendent fails to comply with this order it will be struck out and i shall be entitled to enter judgement - is this correct and if so what do i write back to the court ??
  11. hi ive filed my schedule with the court within 21 days but natwest has not so do i now write to the court for a judgement and if so what do i write
  12. natwests solicitors have put in defence and also asked for further information and clarification before 25th june 2007 - I havent recieved any correspondance from the court no allocation questionnaire - what do i do ????
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