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  1. thank you very much! sorry if i come across as silly, but should it be listed this way? I've only pasted the top part of the letter, so I hope that's OK: I'm a bit wary of what i leave in or take out of the template, as obviously my situation is different (ie. judgement already made): On xx September 2014 I received a Judgement for Claimant (in default) notice in this case issued by you out of the Northampton County Court I confirm that I have spoken to the Court, and informed them that I wish to have the Judgement set aside and have indicated my intention to contest all of your claim. Please treat this letter as my request made under CPR 31.14 for the disclosure and the production of a verified and legible copy of [each of the following / the] document(s) mentioned in your Particulars of Claim: 1: the agreement. You will appreciate that in an ordinary case and by reason of the provisions of CPR PD 16 para 7.3, where a claim is based upon a written agreement, a copy of the contract or documents constituting the agreement should be attached to or served with the particulars of claim and the original(s) should be available at the hearing. Further, that any general conditions incorporated in the contract should also be attached. 2: The notice of assignment 3: The default notice 4: Statement of account showing how the amounts being claimed have accrued
  2. Thank you CitzenB 1. the claim is for the sum of 4xxx.xx being monies due from the defendant to the claimant under a regulated agreement between the defendant and egg banking plc (no XXXXXXX) and assigned to the claimant on 28/02/2013, notice of which has been provided to the defendant. 2. The defendant has failed to make payment in accordance with the terms of the agreement and a default notice has been served pursuant of the consumer credit act 1974. 3. the claimant claims the sum of 4xxx.xx 4. C has complied, as far as necessary with the pre-action conduct practice direction. Number
  3. Thanks guys. Can anyone confirm if it the CPR 31.14 request I should send to shoosmiths? thanks
  4. I just spoke to the court and they said that they have no additional paperwork from the claimant regarding this, other than what I have on the claim form
  5. Hi Citzen, Thank you. in respect to asking the claimant for paperwork, is there a template? i sent off a CCA on friday (one day after default judgement). I've tried to read as many threads as I can...but I just have no idea on how to draft my defence relevant to my situation... can i deny receiving a default notice from egg etc. (as asked above) if I am unsure whether I did or not. Many thanks for your help and patience
  6. I just spoke to the solicitors and asked about setting aside by consent and remove the CCJ. They said no
  7. You are correct. Thanks A. As I said, I would like to challenge it. But I just don't remember enough details about it. I would challenge the sum, but I dont know how much has been added for penalty charges etc., I would challenge the agreement, but i dont remember how (if even) it was executed. I don't recall receiving notice of transfer or default notice (but that isnt to say I didnt receive them). I guess I just need clarification as to whether there is a route forward on this or not. My anxiety has been flared up again by this, and its left my mind in a bad way. Thanks for replies
  8. Hi A, the problem for me is that i only noticed this whole situation after being away. I have not been able to request documents and respond in the timelines. It's left me panicked and unsure what to write to the court etc. I don't remember much about this account, which makes it even harder to understand where I am, and what defence I may have. I would like to challenge it but, for the set aside order I really need to know what to say, and I think my situation is different to many threads on here due to position i'm currently in. I just really would like some guidance on where I probably stand. It seems that because my agreement was pre 2007...It's likely to contain errors making it UE? Also, can I state that I didn't receive a default notice or notice of transfer (I honestly cant remember if i did) I just really need some guidance...I know that I'm all over the place right now
  9. Hi Alloyz, Thank you for replying! It is something I would like to pursue, if it means I can avoid the CCJ. however, Im not sure what to say to the solicitors? Is it better for me not to challenge this?
  10. Hi Guys, Can anyone advise please? time is already running out and im getting really desperate. I've tried to fill in my witness statement stating that i was away and unable to respond to any letters/claim form within timelines. However, I have no real idea what to write as my draft defence (especially given my memory of this is very vague) If someone could help please, id really appreciate it..before i go crazy
  11. Hi guys, hope theres someone knowledgeable enough to reply. I've been advised elewhere that my application to set aside will most likely be rejected. I have no paperwork whatsoever relating to the alleged debt, and therefor cannot prove that I have good prospects of successfully defending the claim. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
  12. Well, to be honest I'm not sure how (or even if) the agreements were executed.
  13. Hi Dx, no i have nothing relating to the account. for sure i would have received some penalty charges. probably on both sets
  14. well im currently out of work. i think the CCJ will cause me problems finding work... just a horrible situation to have found myself in.
  15. That was what my initial thoughts were (on arranging payment)..but after reading around, thought it may be worth looking into finding potential disputes on the account (this was a long time ago, and the details of the acc ('s) is really not clear to me.
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