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  1. This topic was closed on 03/06/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/05/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support their. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. You don't appear to have posted details of the original Particulars of Claim from the County Court? It's probable they were "insufficiently particularised" and therefore fall foul of the Civil Procedure rules. In itself this is sufficient cause for the court to impose a stay ( halt in proceedings) until Brachers put together a properly detailed statement of their case - and some evidence of why they think they are entitled to seek judgement. This would at least give you some breatthing space. It is a problem that you have made a part admission. In my opinion you should defend the cla
  4. I would not leave it until the hearing.You need to make a formal Application order for the judgement to be set aside. It will need to outline your reasons. The form is available on line and you must pay a fee when submitting it. There may be enough time but I would get your ex to call the Court and explain what you intend to do. You then need some urgent help in arguing your case Pauli
  5. Its a bit late to get the Judgement set aside but it might just be possible to get the charging order hearing adjourned. But only if you have solid grounds for disputing the original order. If your ex admitted the debt or did not submit a defence at the time it is frankly unlikely to succeed. If your secured creditors are happy for the property to be transferred into your name that will at least avoid this situation arising again in the future. I would contest the order but if it doesn't work out would'nt worry too much about it being made absolute. Remember its a restriction not a c
  6. Hello Vix As I understand it this is a credit card agreement in your ex husbands name but the property on which DLC seek to attach the charge is jointly owned? There may as your sols suggest, be little prospect of preventing the charge from being made absolute. However it is worth outlining your objections to the court, particularly as the consent order has already been filed with them. (make sure it has!) It is also worth contacting your local Land Registry Office and stating your objections to the charge being registered. Because the property is jointly owned and the debt is
  7. thanks x20 I am pushing for dismissal with an undertaking from Claimant to neither make any further claim or assign the debt in return for accepting each party bears own costs. Will be happy with this result Thanks for the case link..it looks very interesting at first glance. I will digest over the weekend thank you again for your advice. Spot on as usual.
  8. Can someone please explain the difference between discontinuation and dismissal. Does dismissal (by mutual consent) automatically preclude a claimant from bringing a further action? I read somewhere that because a voluntary agreement does not involve " any reasoned judicial decision or determination of the facts of law" it does not Dismissal seems a great result but is it?
  9. Quote Peter Bard: "I have found that the best course is not to deny the debt but to deny that you were given the statutory rights and protection that a properly formated agreement affords you and therefore unenforceable and void." Hi Questioning....not altogether sure what this means? Can you or Peter elaborate please
  10. thanks for your comments..the problem it seems to me lies in the fact that the evidential weight of a copy documents is largely left for the judge to decide. In my opinion it should not be a discretionary call..either there is a clear link between the documents or not. In the form of page numbers or a line like "continued overleaf "at the bottom of the page. Alarmingly I did see one Application form that actually said "agree to be bound by the terms set out overleaf" on the front page. In such circumstances I imagine that even though the terms were contained on a separate sheet it
  11. Hi Palomino The prescribed terms appear to be in the copy Terms and Conditions but whether the terms are the ones applicable at the time I signed are another matter. I understand they should be a contemporaneous copy. The copy I have is barely legible enough to read the small print and has no visible reference to a date. Neither document is signed by the creditor. Despite this the sols argue that the specific wording on the Application Form is sufficient for a judge to "find it reasonable to assume" that the terms were in fact on the reverse of the signed document. I am sure the "in
  12. Thanks SMT 37.. where can I find the "legal argument" yoou refer to. Any links on the forum or via the OFT site?
  13. On disclosure Sols acting for claimant have produced a copy of the front of an Application Form together with a separate copy of Terms and Conditions they say "would have been on the back" in evidence of the agreement The Application contains no reference to terms, prescribed or otherwise, except for - " I agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions which form part of this agreement" and in the signature box " Sign Only if you want to be legally bound by its terms" Is this sufficient for the court to consider the two be linked and accepted as proof of an enforceable (compliant)
  14. I appreciate there is an ongoing discussion on this but I have a specific question regarding a clause in Barclaycards T & C's from 2005. It reads: ""we may transfer to any other person any or all of our rights and duties under this agreement at any time (including without limitation, our duty to lend to you). We may do this without telling you. Your rights within this agreement and your legal rights (including those under the Consumer Credit Act 1974) will not be affected" How is this squared with DCA's such as Cabots position on this?
  15. Thanks again X20.. I perhaps did not make it clear but I do have the disclosure list. (albeit a week late) The delay now is in providing the copy documents I requested from the list. I have also asked them to confirm which are not original documents, why the originals no longer exist and what has happened to them. I have also served a N268 Notice. In truth I think I probably have some of the documents on the list following earlier S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) and CCA requests. However there is no way of being certain that the copies they rely on are the same other than in na
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