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  1. oh ok...that was supposed to be a separate thread. Can someone please comment on "" In relation to the xxx Agreement, 'alleged creditor' conceded the points concerning lack of provision of a default notice and adjusted the value of their claim as a result. The judge was prepared to accept that the debt was due as a result; " Thanks
  2. Hi Can anyone provide a list (or point to a link) of good defence 'Solicitors/Barristers to help defend against claims made by creditors under CCA 1974 etc.? Thanks
  3. Hi Does this make sense to anybody:- " In relation to the xxx Agreement, 'alleged creditor' conceded the points concerning lack of provision of a default notice and adjusted the value of their claim as a result. The judge was prepared to accept that the debt was due as a result; " To me its saying the creditor admitted there was no default notice, twisted something and the Judge accepted that alleged debt was due. Thanks
  4. Hi Everyone Many thanks for your replies! As mentioned it is a very very long story spanning over 6 years involving a totally incompetent firm of solicitors (no longer around!) who were defending for me but spent over two years lying to me and covering up their incompetences. Once the dust has settled a bit and I get all the paperwork, I will do a write-up. Thanks
  5. Hi Thanks for your reply. Yes, it was defended. Examples of other cases where default agreements had not been issued produced. But Judge said they were not relevant for some reason. So is there anything in law that states a default notice needs to be issued ? Thanks
  6. Hi Is there a legal requirement for a default notice to have been issued before a claim can be entered against you for a credit card debt? If so can you please refer me to the legislation. Its a long story but it appears that a judgement was issued even though the judge was aware that there was no proof of a default notice having been issued. Thanks
  7. Hi A default notice issued in 2010. In 2013 debt sold to a third party. Third party issued fast track claim. A defence put in which includes the fact the the DN was defective as it was short by three days. Third party admits DN defective but says they will continue to court and argue that the 3 days would have made no material difference to the outcome. Any comments please. Thanks
  8. Hi Thanks for your reply. Yes, I believe it is statutory interest. Regards interweb
  9. Hi In spring 2008 I received a CCJ for an HFC cc debt. This was later sold on to Marlins and over the last 2 years my DMC has been making payments. Recently however, Marlins have stated they want to add interest even though previous correspondence stated that no interest was payable. This has caused me to look art the whole thing again. I've noticed that around 2003 I was paying PPI (a company called UNAT). If I was misold this PPI is it possible for me to go back to court to have judgement overturned at this late stage? Any advice on how to handle the Mar
  10. Hi An interim charging order was placed on my property in 2008 for a cc debt. 2008 is a bit of a blur as I had 10 collection agencies chasing me at the time etc. I don't believe the charging order was ever made final and indeed I recently got information from Land registry that is still showing it as 'interim'. Shortly after the interim charging order was obtained the debt was sold on and payments are being made to the new owner. However the interim charging order is still in the name of the original creditor. An 'interim' charging order is only supposed to be 'interim', ie for
  11. Hi I sent a schedule of costs to the court last week with a copy to the DCA. Received a letter from the DCA, saying they are willing to not oppose the standaside as the proper place to discuss disputes is the County Court, (REALLY!) and wanting proof of my set aside expenses to date. I rang them up and we came to some arrangement over costs they would pay me. I then wrote to the court stating that the hearing was not necessary any more and the DCA would also be writing to confirm. So what happens now?? do they start all the games and harassment over again? Thanks
  12. ok, but they havent said they want to nullify yet. So if they do I can assume the chase will be over.
  13. Hi Thanks for all the info and advice. A date has come through for the setaside hearing. Do i now send a letter to the court with a copy to the DCA detailing expenses that I would like to claim? Thanks interweb P.S The alleged debt is just over £1k and I am about 100 miles from DCA offices. Is there any chance at all that they would attend the hearing, bearing in mind that my total debts make their alleged debt look like a drop in the ocean and i have no assets.
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