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  1. Hi sequenci I've just called the Court and yes, it is a real CCJ. Apparently I returned the Acknowledgement requesting further time to get the necessary paperwork together for my Defence (* which BC & Co REFUSED to provide IN FULL). As I'd heard nothing more, (other than receiving copied statements, NOT full disclosure under CPR), BC & Co went ahead and CCJ-ed me in my absence. However, the Court are sending me out the paperwork to get the Judgement 'set aside'. Hopefully I won't have to pay the £75.00 Fee 'cos I'm on state benefits. What should I do in the mean time?
  2. Re: Veolia Water Summons / Bryan Carter & Co. Hi there After several months of hearing NOTHING, I have today received a CCJ courtesy of BC & Co, for the amount of £715.02 It says "Judgement For Claimant (In Default)", but other than the 1st CC summons, I've received no other Court documents! Can they do that??? I received a summons back in August, which I replied to using Recorded Delivery post, requesting EVERYTHING under CPR (?) - as suggested by your contributors on here BC wrote back saying that they DIDN'T have to disclose what I'd requested at all, but t
  3. Thanks, Bazaar! I was hoping not to have to go to Court, if possible ... I know that the Judge will probably award them some token payment like £1.00 a month, 'cos it's based on my disposable income (which is pretty much Zero...) I just can't understand the logic in suing someone who's got NO MONEY in the 1st place... seems pointless.
  4. Hi Bazaar, many thanks for that I'm assuming that the £523.17 is just the 4 years' worth of water, but BC has REFUSED to provide a breakdown, saying that "We do not believe that the pre-action disclosure that you request is proportionate ..." - I take it he's just playing games? Oh, and I'm fully aware of the kind of 'people' I'm dealing with here! Do I wait for the Court to write back, or reiterate my demands under CPR? Cheers!
  5. Hi Godmother, I haven't filed my defence as yet, I've only notified the Court that I INTEND to defend it. So far I've requested everything from BC as per the letter template. The summons reads ... "The Claimant claims £523.17 being the balance of consideration outstanding to it under Contract Number TVW3864186-1 in respect of services rendered to the Defendant. The Claimant also claims Interest thereon pursuant to S.69 County Court Act 1984 limited to one year to the date hereof at the rate of 8% Per Annum amounting to £41.85". BC are claiming £565.02 PLUS £55.00 Court
  6. Thanks Godmother! Er, what's an AQ - is that the Court summons form. I've had that already, and responded. Also, what do you mean by 'Points Of Claim', would they be on the summons, too? Sorry, not really up on all the Lingo! Not sure i can post the exact paperwork either - I don't have access to a Scanner, unfortunately ... Do I need to send BC a 2nd CPR request, seeing as he's totally ignore my 1st one? I don't want them to CCJ me in my absence ...
  7. Thanks, Trooper68! Yeah, in the past I've tried to explain my financial difficulties to them, but to be honest, they weren't interested. I made an offer of 10% IN FULL & FINAL settlement, which they refused point blank - surely 10% of SOMETHING is better than 100% of NOTHING..?!?! And to clarify, I'm not on JSA, I'm on Incapacity Benefit (long-term sick) and that's unlikely to change in the near future. I'm not sure how Debt Line can help, anyway - it's already going to Court. I just need to know what I do now to put BC off - should I send a 2nd CPR request, since they've basical
  8. Hi there, I'm new to all this. I've read your rules & figured this is the best place to post this. I have an UNPAID water bill, going back 4 years. I've been on various Benefits since 2002, and really struggle to make ends meet ... After years of standard DCA 'threats', I finally received a County Court summons from BRYAN CARTER & Co, for the sum of £690.02, inc. Costs / Fees. As specified, I really cannot afford this amount! Having read through some earlier posts re: this company, I responded IMMEDIATELY, using your letter template for CPR. I also returned the Court pap
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