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  1. ok i wrote to shoosmiths again and politely asked them to get a move on, and giving them till the 17th august to do so. now they have responded with a little more fire in their belly. i find their response a little confusing to say the least, looks like i'll have to take the bull by the horns and take them to court. any suggestions greatly appreciated. dave
  2. i am a little confused with this one regarding "in the NEAR FUTURE" ????? any suggestions would be greatly appreciated dave
  3. and then i got a reply from shoosmiths solicitors on the 23rd May 2012 saying we write further to the above matter and confirm that lombard north central plc have furnished us with a copy of your letter dated 1st May 2012, the content of which is noted. We confirm that we are reviewing the position with our client and anticipate being in a position to respond in the near future. In the interim we would be grateful if you would please refrain from issuing court proceedings dave
  4. ok its been a while but i have been snowed under with work. i snt lombard a letter before action LETTER BEFORE ACTION 1st May 2012 Vehicle Registration: xxxxxxx Agreement Number: xxxxxxxxxxxx Case Number: xxxxxxxxxxx Dear Sir/Madam With reference to the above, Lombard North Central Plc, is now liablefor the return of the following: (1). Return of all instalments paid on the above agreement = £ xxxxxxxx (2). Return of all monies received at auction for the above vehicle = £xxxxxx (3). Return of deposit paid on the above agreement
  5. i actualy qualify for fee exemption, would that count for any court or just county court. dave
  6. it most certainly does, and thankyou very much for your input. looks like ive got my work cut out dave
  7. i am sooooo glad that is only an example. i take it from the above example the POC has to mean what it says on the tin. dave
  8. Hi all, Just a little background. 2006 I purchased with the aid of credit a vehicle for the sole purpose of setting up my own taxi business (sole trader). Everything was going quite well. 2007 I allegedly fell into arrears, FOS complaint (useless). 2009 Link financial became involved. Created havoc then bottled out 2010 Shoosmiths became involved. More havoc and started court proceedings against me. I would appreciate your help and advice on setting out a Particulars of Claim please. I’m will most likely have to take a creditor to court in order to claim back all monies
  9. Oh, and make sure you give them the old account number / adress the cr*p belongs to. dave.
  10. take all the cr*p back to your nearest o2 shop, get a reciept "DONE" dave.
  11. "wow" what a carry on this is, i do wish you well in this fiasco and hope you achieve the result you are aiming for, just to throw you another spanner into the works, that may be of some use. section 74 "the law of property act 1925" and all its ammendmants (Regulatory Reform (Execution of Deeds and Documents) Order 2005 (2005 No 1906). with regard to the deed of assignment, after reading it several times i think the deed itself might be "toilet paper", wether it be a COMPANY, CORPORATION, INDIVIDUAL or by POWER OF ATTOURNEY, any instrument or document that is to be a deed,
  12. If a creditor has been in regular contact with a debtor during the 6 year period before it became statute barred, then we do not consider it unfair to continue to collect the debt'' you need to note the word BEFORE. however when it is statued barred and they still chase you for the debt, that is all they can do dave
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