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thunderpuss2k last won the day on July 11 2006

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  1. Thanks MrShed. Literally just got an email from the agent with details of proposed deductions - so things are sort of back on track.
  2. Still no reply from the landlord, the agent is claiming this is a matter for the dispute resolution scheme they are a member of. However, as there isn't exactly a dispute in the amount of deposit returned, I'm not sure whether this is the best option - or even one legally mandated.
  3. Thanks MrShed. Funny thing is the landlord (and entourage) certainly knew where I was when they wanted something - barrages of emails and late night phone calls when I was a tenant. They also have my forwarding address too, so it's not like there's any excuse. I assume the best thing to do now is drop the landlord an email cc'ing in the agent requesting they confirm they are happy to release the deposit? I am tempted to point out the 15 working days, but don't want to get too harsh quite yet.
  4. Hi, Quick one. In my AST it says The Landlord or the Agent shall notify the Tenant in writing of any proposed deduction made under this Part of the Agreement within 15 working days of the end of the tenancy. 15 days has been and gone, not a word from the landlord or agent so I decided to drop the agent an email, advising that as I hadn't heard from either of them within the specified period I can only assume there are no deductions, and could they arrange for the full amount to be returned. They replied saying as they haven't heard from either of us they won't be releasing the deposi
  5. Interesting times. Hearing is 5th March (week today), and Barclays have not been in contact, nor have they served any documents to either us or the court that they intend to rely on in the hearing. The deadline was 14 days before the trial, so it's too late now. Got two options: 1 - give them a nudge and suggest they settle, or 2 - turn up to the hearing. Only problem with option 2 is that I would prefer to be the claimants representative, but it's a little too late to file that request. Suggestions?
  6. Leave 'em be, if there's any information you need from Nat West it'll come out in the wash if it gets to a full hearing.
  7. Eh, I'm lost now. You filed a defence too? But that letter said you couldn't file a defence until you received details? I guess the court decided to file it as a defence, which saves worrying about that. Anyway, that aside.. sit back and wait. You've thrown a spanner in the works of their master plan, which they weren't expecting. Keep us updated.. looks like BC are about to try it again with me so they must be a bit broke this month or something..
  8. OK, this one is going to be a little tricky. The statute of limitation is normally six years, but on mortgages it's 12 - so they're within their time limit for enforcing collection of the shortfall. Have a read of this: Mortgage Shortfall | Payplan - it gives you a bit more info. Whatever you do though, get the acknowledgement of service in. It'll buy you some extra time. You might need to seek proper legal advice as this is a rather large amount and they could in theory force you into bankruptcy or get your current property repossessed - although this is unlikely as either way they
  9. First things first.. calm down, relax and take a deep breath. Second, has it been issued through Moneyclaim or your local Court? If it's Moneyclaim, there'll be details on how to file an acknowledgement of service online. You should do this as soon as possible, which'll give you 28 days from the date of service (the date you received the documents). If it's via your local Court, again there'll be instructions in there but you'll have to do the acknowledgement via paper and post. Thirdly, can you type out the 'particulars of claim' section and post it here? Remove any personal identi
  10. Letter from SCM this morning, they've settled the claim in full including interest, court costs, and apparently most of the daily interest too. What nice people. Saves me having to go to court in December.
  11. Send my letter, forget the CCA request for now. And remember to acknowledge the court claim!
  12. Here you go, this should stop them in their tracks. Change the bits in bold (and unbold them obviously!) Make sure you go online and acknowledge service of the paperwork, this will give you 28 days instead of the usual 14 days. Full instructions should be with the claim. DO NOT send them any money, or bother talking to Nat West. Just send them this letter, and wait patiently. Your Address etc Bryan Carter & Co Solicitors Persimmon House, Dehavilland Drive Brooklands Business Park Weybridge KT13 0NT Date Dear Sir In the XXXX
  13. Totally agree with you. 0700 numbers are spawn of the devil. Seems to be big business though, with every man and his dog offering a service.
  14. Really? Tariff sheets say it's 50p/min. Special Numbers - Tariffs - Mobiles & Tariffs - O2
  15. Just to pick up on something.. ICSTIS is not an offshoot of OFTEL (or OFCOM for that matter), it's an independent organisation funded by the telecoms industry.
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