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  1. Sorry, that's come out a bit gobbledegook where I copied and pasted. Let me try again: 1. By reason of Section 75(1) of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (‘the Act’), the Defendant is jointly and severally liable with the Supplier for the Supplier’s said misrepresentation and/or breach of contract. Section 75(1) of the Act states: 75 Liability of creditor for breaches by supplier (1) If the debtor under a debtor-creditor-supplier agreement falling within section 12(b) or © has, in relation to a transaction financed by the agreement, any claim against the supplier in respect o
  2. Yes with pleasure, I'd love your help! In brief, I paid £4,500.00 to a company who failed to perform the service I paid for. I took them to small claims and obtained Judgement in Default (they did not bother to defend as they were busy dissolving the company and setting up a new one to avoid liability, trading under an almost identical name, same premises, same people, etc. etc - I have explored 'phoenix companies', suing the directors personally, and all sorts, but there is nothing I can do there, much to my sheer frustration). I paid the company using my Visa Debit card and the pa
  3. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond. You have been a great help. I have done a whole more heap of research on this and actually managed to get a barrister to give me some off the record advice. Unfortunately, this point of law is untested in Court but the leading authority on the subject (which the bank would rely on) is not in my favour. I have, reluctantly, decided to withdraw and put it down to experience. Bummer You're a star though, coming to my aid. Thank you!
  4. Can someone, anyone, please help me? I have started a small claim against Barclays for £4,700 under section 75 CCA (equal liability). I thought (still do) that my claim was quite strong but it is really complex and rests on a technical point of law. The bank made an application to strike out the claim (before the allocation stage). Based on their argument, I amended my Particuars of Claim before the strike out hearing. At the hearing the amendments were allowed and the bank was given a further 21 days to amend their application to strike out based on the new particulars. They
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