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  1. Hi, I have tried to DSAR a firm of solicitors icw with a mortgaged property repossession, as I am trying to get hold of court papers from 1999 - I've been direct to the court, but they told me that they do not hold the paperwork for more than 5 years. I have written to the solicitors and sent them the cheque etc., but they have replied as follows: The request you have made to access any personal date that we may hold on you refers to personal data that we hold on behalf of our client ***. Therefore your request for a copy of the data should be addressed direct to *** as data controllers. Is this correct? When I DSARd the band direct a couple of years ago they did not provide any information from the solicitors, despite my asking them. If I can DSAR them direct - what arguement do I go back with? Jody
  2. Hi pt2537, I agree we need some proper legal advice, but my mates experience of solicitors isn't good. I was hoping that we could get all the paperwork we needed and then go to a solicitor with everything already in place. Who would then be able to sift through everything and come up with a plan of action...the judge has ordered they send us the MIG docs, amongst others, but they haven't complied with this, so have drafted directions for an unless order, which I will take to the court tomorrow. Trial is in pencilled in for February! Jody
  3. Hello All, I thought that this one had gone away after the sols didn't comply with an unless order and I was told by the court registrar that the case stood stuck out back in December 2008...well it started back up earlier this year when the cheeky beggers tried to get the defence struck out for non compliance by us back in 2008....we didn't comply because we thought it stood struck out. Anyway - there was a case management hearing and the judge ordered a long list of things to do by 10 september. The sols haven't complied with the order, so I wrote to them giving them a further 2 weeks, and when they failed to meet this deadline too, I gave them until 4pm today to comply. Which they haven't. Do I now do a draft order for directions - or can I go for a straight stike out? Jody
  4. The court have now advised that there will be a hearing to decide whether the claim is an abuse of process - any have any thoughts on what to say at the hearing???
  5. Hi Tinkxabell, Apologies for not replying sooner - I haven't been on line. I eventually wrote to the CEO of orange - explained what had happened....he wrote back, told me I was in the wrong (which I would still dispute) but would give me a refund of the money "I owed". I've got a copy of all letters that I sent to orange over this matter (in pdf format) - spanning months...it was only after I'd written to the CEO that I got resolution. I think I've attached them to this post!! Good luck with fighting your corner - persistence is the key and not backing down.... Jody Letters_to_Orange.pdf
  6. Hello, I wonder if anyone can answer the following for a friend... In June he was granted a "clean break divorce", she got the house her car and she paid a small sum for the equity in the house. Now, she has issued small claims court proceedings for the car loan that we had on my car through our mortgage account. Can she do this if it was a clean break divorce? Any advice gratefully received.
  7. Hi D & M, I'm going to go read your other thread - I probably won't be able to help other than offer you some shoulder support, but sometimes knowing that other people are beside and behind you is all that you need. the red triangle can be found at the bottom of each post in all threads in the grey box at the left hand side where it states the posters name at the top where you will also find a green dot, scales of justice and the triangle (from left to right). I will hit the triangle for you, but it helps to know where to locate it incase you need it in the future. Jody
  8. hi Tide, glad to see you've returned. Eager to know how you're getting on. Jody
  9. Hi D & D, Nice to see you are still fighting - and that you still have your sense of humour - I think I might have gone to the wall long before now... Nothing surprises me these days and I believe that all of them will lie to either make their case - or protect their position! Keep your peckers up - there will be an end one day. Jody
  10. Hi 42man, thanks for the link - I read it. I guess I just wait now to see what the court says in response my request for an order for disclosure on specifics. Hopefully its been struck out and they have to get a set aside. Jody
  11. Hi 42man, I spoke with the courts yesterday - the clerk said that the Unless Order had been issued in October directing the claimant to file disclosure as detailed in para 2 of the August order for disclosure - despite it being 6 weeks after the August order they were given 14 days to comply otherwise the claim would be struck out automatically. No disclosure was filed with the court so as far as the clerk was concerned it stood struck out. He told me that I did not need to do anything further. Although I am sure that the claimant will ask for a set aside...it goes some way to show the solicitors total disregard for CPR procedures and directions from the courts making it all the more difficult for a LIP to either defend their claim or indeed seek legal advice. There have been 4 orders by the judge all directed at the claimant, two of which have been Unless orders....I hope the judge is getting as frustrated by this as we are! n.b. I have now spoken with a legal friend who has advised that they do need to file disclosure with the courts, so the claim will stand struck out. Whilst not a victory I hope that when/if the ruling is overturned it spurs the judge into making them disclose the information we have been requesting for 2 years, and a year since the claim was submitted. Jody
  12. Just a quick one that I am sure someone will be able to answer in a flash. Does Standard Disclosure need to be sent to the Court? The judge issued an Unless order (a month after the claimants should have disclosed) requiring standard disclosure within 14 days. I received the standard disclosure on the fifteenth day, but dated for the 11th day if that makes sense. I rang the court today and they said that according to their screen the unless order hadn't been complied as they had not received the disclosure, so the case would stand struck out.... Now I am fretting - is this right as I can't see on CPR31 where it states that disclosure has to be filed with the court. Anyone know off the top of their heads? Jody
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