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  1. Once again, thank's all. There is no number on the Claimant's Reply. It says that they have read my Form N9B and it is marked as to the Northampton (CCMCC) County Court. They have ticked Box [2] I do not wish to proceed with my claim and Box [3] I have sent a copy of this completed form to the defendant.
  2. Thanks all! Am I right to assume that their reply form will end it at both?
  3. Hi to all the helpful folk here - We appear to have won this one!? I submitted the defence referenced in #40 above. The claimants solicitor sent a Claimant's Reply in the **Northampton (CCMCC) County Court** and has ticked Box [2] I do not wish to proceed with my claim and Box [3] I have sent a copy of this completed form to the defendant. In their letter they also say; Please note that we have on two occasions written to the Court on the 25 April & 23 May confirming that payment had been received in full and asking for the proceedings to be withdrawn. We have not ye
  4. First of all, thanks to everyone who helped and a massive thanks to AndyOrch for his fantastic guidance (and continued help with my ex's VAT legal issues.) The original payments made by me to WCS were set up in 2002 which was a time of great stress for me and a time when I was being chased by around 8 different DCA's. The payments appear to be part of a package including 3 others to WCS but, although WCS insist they were connected with Goldfish, I have no paperwork connecting them together and no recollection of a Goldfish card which is why I was willing to fight them. However I
  5. (See posts for summary.) They said that they cannot show me an individual deed of assignment because it's part of a bulk buy and contains confidential information. They feel, because I was paying from 2002 until 2006 that there is a probability that the Judge will see that as my acknowledgement of debt. They have dropped all interest, costs and taken it back down to the original £680.00 providing I sign a 'Tomlin Order' (which they will pay for) for £10.00 per month. I've agreed to this and will not have a CCJ. Not a win but I feel better for it.
  6. Me too but, the mediator is pushing for me to agree and saying that it does show that I do owe??
  7. Mediating now. They want me to agree payment terms in return for them providing a 'Notice of Assignment'. Should I consider that enough proof to agree?
  8. Heavy indeed but I honestly don't understand if it works in her favour or not. However, thanks for the help. Her defence will be that she already paid the invoices and that the Claimant has unreasonably 'rushed' this through. The question as to the VAT on goods has more to do with creating a fear of opening a whole new 'can of worms' if they continue so, I think I'll have to leave it as it stands.
  9. Phew - flippin eck! Thanks but that's waaaaay beyond my meagre mental capabilities. I do know that a person buying a going concern should be registered for VAT on or before the sale and if they're not they can be liable for the sellers VAT/penalties. This and the two clauses in the agreement, shown below is why she paid them: 16..2. the buyer warrants that it is or will be registered for the purpose of VAT legislation and 16.1.6. on any VAT payable on the sale , under the Agreement the buyer shall pay to the seller such tax and any penalty or interest incurred by the se
  10. Lol. Many thanks again. I think I have a bit of time to wait for verification from Gbarbm before I acknowledge with this defence because it looks like the claim was issued on the 24th so I should have until the 12/13th of May. The claim form says it's in Colchester CC but has a Northampton stamp and was posted from Salford Business Centre.
  11. Brilliant! ... here's the whole thing, as short as possible: Pursuant to CPR 15.10b/2/3 (b) the Defendant states in her defence that she has paid to the Claimant the full amount of the original invoiced claim and respectfully requests that the court will send notice to the Claimant requiring him to state in writing whether he wishes the proceedings to continue and that when the claimant responds, he must serve a copy of his response on the defendant. She also requests that, if the Claimant fails to respond within 28 days after service of the court’s notice on him the claim shall be staye
  12. How's this ... Pursuant to CPR 15.10b/2/3 (b) the Defendant states in her defence that she has paid to the Claimant the full amount of the original invoiced claim and respectfully requests that the court will send notice to the Claimant requiring him to state in writing whether he wishes the proceedings to continue and that when the claimant responds, he must serve a copy of his response on the defendant. She also requests that, if the Claimant fails to respond within 28 days after service of the court’s notice on him the claim shall be stayed. The Defendant asserts that the C
  13. Hi Andy, thanks for both of the above. You are right. In fact, we know that the vendor was chased by HMRC and has been subject to an investigation (he may be going bankcrupt). Unfortunately, as the business was transferred as a going concern. The HMRC, the Defendant's solicitor/accountant, have all told her she should have already been VAT registered to avoid this issue, especially as the Agreement states “Under clause 16..2. the Defendant warranted that it is registered for the purpose of VAT legislation” and “It was an express term of the Agreement under clause 16.1.6. that if any V
  14. Thanks Andy. The summons is: £3447.53 which is for £3247.53 (includes interest they have added) Court Fee £ 120.00. Solicitors Costs £ 80.00. Whilst the invoice, which has been paid, was for £3200.00. So - Would the amended defence below be OK? The Defendant states in her defence that she has paid to the Claimant the full amount of the original invoiced claim and respectfully requests that the court will send notice to the Claimant requiring him to state in writing whether he wishes the proceedings to continue and that when the claimant responds, he
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