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  1. Ok recieved this today from out friends at MBNA. Anyone got a view on this letter
  2. Totally out of order. restons are trying it on and wasting the courts time to do it. Go fight them
  3. But I think this is telling from the link !!!!! Repayments The main ground on which Judge Smart said Mrs Thorius's credit card debt was unrecoverable was because MBNA could not provide a copy of the original signed loan agreement, which is also a requirement by the Consumer Credit Act. MBNA applied for leave to appeal, which was rejected, but it may now apply directly to a higher court for permission to appeal. Or it may be able to appeal if it can find the original loan documentation. Only when higher courts have decided the issue will the legal ramifications, and the effects on lender and borrowers, be clear.
  4. heres BBC Link BBC NEWS | Business | Court lets woman off £8,000 loan
  5. Hi, Read my post as I was in very similar position and won with costs It was posted above but here it is again. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/dca-legal-successes/170484-fairbyblue-mbna-restons-court.html Check dates on default notice but get your hands on the Comms Log via SAR and it will reveal a load of whoppers !!!! Good luck i will try to help as much as i can Cheers
  6. We'll just have to wait and see what they do next!! http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/legal-issues/214452-mbna-now-served-3rd.html
  7. Cant believe that !! Hope everything works out. Restons just plough on for summary judgement, lets hope the CCA is knackered with no section 11. Thinking of you.
  8. Keep going they will try everything to try to undermine you. They just rack up costs for themselves. I was successful against the same combination listening to the advice on here. The dont like us caggers.
  9. Got the order today, doesnt mention DNs to be removed but that looks pretty final with regard to starting the action again. thoughts anyone?
  10. Its ok cos i have the envelope covered with MBNA and dated 11/8/09 which makes service deemed 13/8/09 so the 3rd DN is defective. I'm holding fire to post letter.
  11. just checked royal mail business section and looks as though they can pay 36p http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/content1?catId=600024&mediaId=53800697#44300287
  12. Hi, Good thinking but they might get it cheaper cos its franked and they may buy in bulk. Dunno if thats true cheers
  13. Ah Ah good thinking, I will leave it till after they termniate again !!! got so much to learn havent I. Cheers:D
  14. Ok this is in the post to them tomorrow. Dear Sir or Madam, Re Account number XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Please note that the debt which you are claiming to be entitled to has been before the Court under claim number xxxxx in the xxxxx County Court ,the lender failed to support their claim with any documents to prove I was indebted to their client and the outcome was favourable to me and therefore there is little more to say to you other than the matter has been dealt with, I consider the matter closed and would believe that the doctrine of Res Judicata applies here. Can you confirm that you have removed all default notices with regard to this account with the appropriate credit reference agencies. I trust that this will be the last correspondence that I will receive on the matter, however if you persist in attempting to contact me and your conduct becomes what I consider harassing I will instruct solicitors to make an application to the court for an injunction under s3 Protection from Harassment Act 1997. in addition I would report your conduct to the OFT as I consider that this would breach your consumer credit licence conditions. I look forward to your clarification that the matter is closed, please note that no other correspondence will be entertained in this matter Regards
  15. They have served 2 DN's and went to court with them and was discontinued on 7/8/09 just before an all day trial. Got costs awarded to me so there has been nothing to change since friday and they go and issue new DN. Its well and truly terminated.
  16. Dunno. They obviously dont like me, it would of been nice to have the costs and the notice of discontinuence before issueing the 3rd DN. Talk about wanting to get in there quick. So it was discontinued on friday 7/8/09 and monday 10/7/09 they print a new DN, I notice the amount to rectify is now approx £120 less than other 2 DN's and I not paid a penny since POC issued last december so god knows where that figure from.
  17. as per surfaceagentx20 "By when proceedings have commenced the Claimant will have terminated the agreement. The language of a default notice is framed on the basis there is a current agreement. That language is prescribed. If the Claimant terminated the agreement, to deliver an effective default notice will involve the fiction the agreement is current and never terminated. It would also involve the Claimant reinstating unilaterally. The debtor would be unlikely to agree to reinstatement if to do so would cure the Claimant's difficulties. "
  18. They are unbelievable. So thats their 3rd DN snookered, what about this email quote from solicitor at restons from last week for the original hearing It is clearly open to the Bank as a creditor to serve a new default notice and claim the full balance. If the earlier default notice did not comply with the CCA or regulations made under it as you allege then the agreement could not have been terminated and the fact you have received correspondence indicating the contrary is immaterial. In any event termination of the account does not mean that the liability disappears. and Section 87 of the CCA states that a default notice is required where the creditor wishes to terminate the agreement and claim the amount owed "by reason of nay breach by the debtor...." You will be aware that clause 10 of the Bank's terms and conditions allows our client to terminate the agreement at any time and can do so without having to demonstrate that you have breached any terms of the agreement. It can terminate the agreement without serving a default notice - which means that any alleged defect with the default notice is irrelevant as it was not needed in the first place as our client will rely on its contractual right to terminate the agreement. Your amended defence states that the agreement is terminated. and You will note in your terms and conditions par 10 that the Bank has the right to contractually terminate the agreement at any time - if it does so you are liable to repay the outstanding balance. In other words the Bank does not have to serve a default notice which is only required if the Bank wants to bring the agreement to an end because of a failure to pay arrears or some other breach. Paragraph 10 allows the Bank to terminate the agreement for any reason i.e. not a reason based on a breach of the agreement. In other words the Bank does not have to rely on the default notice. and just to make sure it is terminated that loks pretty final to me
  19. posted 11/8/09 and franked with 36p As for restons hope so cos if i string it out long enough they will be paying costs again next year for my spends for my hollibobs
  20. Following my recent day in court when Restons discontinued see thread here http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/dca-legal-successes/170484-fairbyblue-mbna-restons-court-49.html#post2355090 MBNA have now sent a further DN (the 3rd) for the same account that was in court. The account is terminated as I have letter from Restons confirming it, they have tried to take me to court already over this So how can remedy something that doesnt exist? So what do i do? Cos this is an abuse of process
  21. Thanks for all your support and congrats, will post up scanned cheque from Restons, although dunno when that will be as I dont hold to much hope to actually getting it in full on time. Once that clears a complaint to the SRA for them Do they have to remove the DN's on credit file as a matter of course or do I have to write to them to tell them? Just re read the whole thread and they have tried to constantly pulled 'fast ones' all the time. I chuckled at a few comments and remembered how I felt at the time. The things I have learned throughout this episode are; 1 Dont get married and let the now ex-missus anywhere near your credit card. 2 When the sh!t hits the fan deal with it (I did and am thankful I did) 3 Dont bury your head 4 Listen to the advice 5 Act on it 6 Don let the sols/banks/barristers try to steam roll you (I did waver but with support we ploughed on) 7 Put the work in and 'Be Prepared' 8 You are not alone ( Caggers are invaluable) 9 Be thankful for the unamed individuals who, without wanting something in return, gave sound legal advice ( I will make a donation though) 10 that 'the legal profession' know sod all about the law !!!! Thanks and my binge drinking is over for the weekend. And the first good night sleep awaits !!!!!!!
  22. Heres hoping cos Im sick of Lidl and fancy a move up market to Aldi:D
  23. Lets see if restons do theor favourite trick of posting documents late ie the cheque !!!!!!
  24. No i'm up and just about to start day 2 of the Restons Appreciation Soceity all weekend bender !!!!
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