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  1. Unfortunately, since 2007 they have tightened up the rules in regards to CCAs and if it has explicit details like who the agreement was made between such as your name(s) addresses, interest rates, repayment amount, installments, etc. on the first page is usually legitimate. If you have defaulted they (Halifax) would have needed to send a notice of default as this is the first stage of passing off any debt to an external DCA. Once they pass it to a DCA, unfortunately, you cannot resolve the problem with the original creditor by paying them (Halifax) directly. However, if Halif
  2. Thanks for the help. I had a rather lengthy set-aside affidavit with text supplied by one of the CAGGERs (http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?272095-Received-an-interesting-SD-cancellation-letter-from-Connaught-Collections-Advice-please&p=3079807&viewfull=1#post3079807) which covered just about everything including legal examples. Had it sworn in court on Friday. I rang the court yesterday to ask if a letter from the creditor formally withdrawing their SD was enough to cancel the set aside application and they said it was and to forward them a copy of the l
  3. Hi, received advice from this forum about applying for a CCA and then applying for a set-aside which I did last Friday (13th July 2010). Received a letter from the court today: You application to aside a statutory demand The court has received your application to set aside a statutory demand. Your application will not be given a hearing date immediately. It will first be referred to a District Judge. If the judge considers that your application shows no cause for setting the demand aside. your application may be dismissed. If this happens you and the judgment creditor
  4. Hi, received advice from this forum about applying for a CCA and then applying for a set-aside which I did last Friday (13th July 2010). Received a letter from the court today: You application to aside a statutory demand The court has received your application to set aside a statutory demand. Your application will not be given a hearing date immediately. It will first be referred to a District Judge. If the judge considers that your application shows no cause for setting the demand aside. your application may be dismissed. If this happens you and the judgment creditor will
  5. I'm not setting aside a CCJ, I'm setting aside a Statutory demand. Different forms.
  6. Just filling in the forms for set aside, on form 6.4 where it says 'attend before the Registrar as follows', do I complete time and date or is that done at the court? For the 'names and addresses of the persons upon whom this application should be served' should I enter just 'Connaught Collections' or should I include the name of the individual mentioned, in this case a Mr D Silcock? The same question goes the 6.5 form. Should I be referring to Connaught Collections' (the DCA who issued the stat demand or the person mentioned on the stat demand who works for Connaught? Thank
  7. Just filling in the forms for set aside, on form 6.4 where it says 'attend before the Registrar as follows', do I complete time and date or is that done at the court? For the 'names and addresses of the persons upon whom this application should be served' should I enter just 'Connaught Collections' or should I include the name of the individual mentioned, in this case a Mr D Silcock?
  8. Just filling in the forms for set aside, on form 6.4 where it says 'attend before the Registrar as follows', do I complete time and date or is that done at the court? For the 'names and addresses of the persons upon whom this application should be served' should I enter just 'Connaught Collections' or should I include the name of the individual mentioned, in this case a Mr D Silcock?
  9. Thanks for this. I'll be filling out the forms today with a view to applying on Friday for the set aside. They are in default as of today. Probably will have a couple more questions before Friday but would like to gratefully thank everyone for their help so far...
  10. Thanks for this. Is this the text I need to insert (changing the asterisks), should I include all of it: case references, etc.. Should I include the costs thing given they've sent a letter stating they've withdrawn the SD and they would present the letter to court should I try to obtain costs? What should I answer should the court query the fact they've withdrawn the SD in writing, or so they say?
  11. I've had many comments suggesting I set aside but, as yet, nobody can help me as to what grounds I might do this on given the info I've provided on the situation. I need text on the affidavit that can relate to my circumstances and I can't believe nobody here can help me with it. I've dug around and STILL can't find something that I can both understand and will allow me to defend my position in court. I've found out that the idiots at Connaught directed me to Leicester County Court as the place I need to apply for a set-aside only to find they don't deal with my residential area at all and
  12. Answers in red above. I've read the Stat Demand strategies thread and either I'm stupid or I can't find any text to suit my circumstances. I'm not good with legal jargon. I've also sent a request to the Original Creditor requesting details of interest, charges and another copy of the CCA because there may be unlawful charges or PPI stuff relating to the account. The account is over 10 years old and I don't have records myself as many were lost in a fire 4 years ago.
  13. I don't suppose you can tell me what you put on the forms for the set aside or point me in the right direction. I've asked a few times and there seems to be a few conflicting comments dependent on which thread you look at here?
  14. I haven't actually applied to have it set aside as yet and I don't know what grounds I should do so under and what wording to actually put on the forms...Like I said earlier, it seems there may be some question (here on the forum) if the only grounds are not sending a copy of the CCA... You said contact the court to see if the SD has been withdrawn, is that the court stated in the SD document?
  15. I'm having some issues with this too. You might want to read one of my threads: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/270008-help-connaught-issued-statutory.html
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