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  1. Thank you for such a quick reply. No PPi. Am I right in thinking the CPR is for copies of the default notice and demand for full payment as listed on the court summons? As I already have the copies sent to me. But to be honest I am not sure I have this right about the CPR. Many thanks again.
  2. Really hope someone can advise me on this. I have received a court summons and I am not sure what to do. I have checked the default notice, have a copy of the agreement, all look correct. What I am trying to do is avoid a CCJ. As most will know Lloyds are one of the worst creditors to deal with, my brief history: Sent a letter requested interest to be froze and make lower payments. Recieved a letter refusing this as apparatley I could not afford what I offered. This was down to complicated income and expenditure, the system did not have the right boxes! However phoned them and tried
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