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  1. I dont believe this !! I think Natwest have made a BIG mistake, I cant believe how incompetent they are. I have 2 court dates (2 seperate claims) one THIS FRIDAY and the other in Jan. Well they have been in a big hurry to try and settle the one for friday (still waiting for my interest and court costs to arrive - hopefully tomorrow), but this is actually for the claim that the hearing in JAN is for!! They think that this will all be over but its for the WRONG account!! So it looks like I will be going to the court on Friday - and they wont be there!! HA HA!! Cant wait!
  2. Hi Innocent Yeh I'm right past that stage (my signature covers it all up to a point, including how much I'm claiming), basically got 2 court dates (personal account & business) one in a week or so and the other in Jan. This is the final bit, as I said - Ive got a cheque today to avoid court but it didnt include any interest or court costs. Hopefully this will be sorted by next week:D
  3. Excellent! thanks for that, I'll send it tomorrow. Looks like I will have 2 success stories on her very shortly!
  4. Thanks janquinny! So do you think this is ok? Dear Sirs Thank you for your letter dated 0th December 2006 I will accept the cheque sent to me as partial settlement, as the interest pursuant to s8 of the county courts act at 8% totalling £000.00 (includes daily rate to 6th December 06), and court costs of £120.00 is still outstanding. The claim will continue until this has been paid. The defendant has had sufficient time to settle, and prior notice of submission of my court claim. Subsequently I am now seeking my costs in full and the statutory interest as already n
  5. Sorry guys The court date is set for Jan. Ive had various offers (all refused) the figure they want to repay now me is just the total of my charges, not including court costs or interest. So what your saying is then that I can actually get the interest off them, just by writing to them asking for that back? Is there a template for this? Not sure what contractual interest is! Cheers
  6. Hi chaps Got a settlement letter today from Natwest and attached was a cheque for the full amount claimed but NO interest. Does anyone know if I should be getting back my interest claimed? I know that if it actually went to the court hearing and won - I would get it. But shouldnt Natwest be offering this too? Should I write back and say that I will only accept the full refund plus interest? or should I be grateful without it? I was sort of banking on the interest too - what do I do? Thank for any replies
  7. THANKS FOR GETTING BACK TOME SO SOON MARTIN3030! I appreciate the time you have taken to respond.
  8. Just quickly..... On their final offer letter they go on to say at the end: 'Whilst this letter is written without prejudice save as to costs, in the event that you decline this offer, we will drawthis letter to the courts attention on the basis that we hold the firm view that this offer is entirely reasonable in the circumstances. This offer will remain open for 7 days until xx/xx/xx'. I dont like the fact that they will draw the letter offer to the courts attention, so I thought I would reply with the following - what do you think? Response to settlement offer.
  9. Cheers for that Martin3030, yor advice is always helpful and to the point. Keep up the good work!
  10. Hey guys After sending out my 2 AQ's (one for business and the other for personal - only the personal had a cpr18), I got a final settlement 'offer of goodwill' payment letter. This equates to approx 50% of the final claim (inc interest). What should I do? It came with a letter from the court giving a hearing date. Should I ignore it or reply with a letter saying that I will accept it only as a part payment? Thanks
  11. I LIKE IT! Thanks a lot for that Michael. I'm going to do it right now!!
  12. Thanks Michael. I'll send it out today. Just as I write this I have another letter recieved today for my personal account. It is a reply for my standard template letter stating why I shouldnt have to give more reasons via the 'Request for Further Information'. This is their reply: We refer to your letter dated ../../.... We note your comments on our Request for Further Informtion. It is our clients contention that your Particulars of Claim did not properly particularise your claim. For example, our client cannot properly defend a claim where you have not given the details
  13. Hi Can someone please help....! On my business account claim I received the defence from Cobbetts today (last week I got the defence and CPR18 on my personal account - all sent back nicely), only stating a defence and NO CPR18. I was quite surprised at this, but even more surprised to read the defence which states: 1. This defence is filed and served without predudice to the right of the Defendent to apply for summary judgement in respect of and/or to strike out the Particulars of Claim 2. The defendent is embarrassed by the lack of particularity pleaded in the Particulars
  14. ARGH - HELP! On my business account claim I received the defence from Cobbetts today (last week I got the defence and CPR18 on my personal account - all sent back nicely), only stating a defence and NO CPR18. I was quite surprised at this, but even more surprised to read the defence which states: 1. This defence is filed and served without predudice to the right of the Defendent to apply for summary judgement in respect of and/or to strike out the Particulars of Claim 2. The defendent is embarrassed by the lack of particularity pleaded in the Particulars of Claim to the extent t
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