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  1. I've just spoken to the court and it transpires the hearing fee has not been paid. I'm working through the witness statement and documentation now - is it still advisable to submit this or should I hold back? I've not received anything from the claimant so don't really want to show my 'cards' unless it would damage the defense if not submitted.
  2. Hi again everyone, I've been away and on my return I found a letter from the Court stating the case was due to be heard next month and that the claimant was required to pay a hearing fee to proceed. The deadline for filing the fee has now passed and I have not heard anything. Obviously I will give the court time to process this and see if the case is due to proceed closer to the time. If the fee is not paid, should I request the court strike out the claim? I am frustrated that this process has spent over a year in limbo. On the date in question I am unable to attend due to work com
  3. Thanks that's reassuring. Did catch me by surprise this afternoon and had been less up to speed than I was having not heard anything for a year.
  4. Well having had no communication from MDKP (or any other party for that matter) in over a year, I had a letter today stating that the account has now been assigned to Hoist Portfolio 2. From reading other threads I assume this means an application is likely to be lodged to lift the stay at some point in the future. I might not have looked in the right places, but I'm unsure what my next steps would be if this does happen.
  5. Hi all, Just a quick update. Defence as suggested by dx above (modified to this case obv) was submitted to the court and acknowledgement letter received. MDKP replied in early Jan with the usual 'may take up to 8 weeks' to find the documents, nothing heard since and 8 weeks now well expired. According to the original letter from the court the claim is now stayed, as no response from claimant. Is my next step to invite the court to strike out or the claimant to withdraw? Or is it now just a waiting game? Thanks for any advice.
  6. So, no response (not even an acknowledgement) has been received from the claimant. I'm due to file a defence on Monday and would like to get it in tomorrow if possible. Here is my proposal. 1. I, Arthur, am The Defendant in this action and make the following statement as my defence to the claim made by MKDP LLP 2. Except where otherwise mentioned in this defence, I neither admit nor deny any allegation made in The Claimant’s Particulars of Claim and put The Claimant to strict proof thereof. 3. The Claimant’s Particulars of Claim are vague and fail to disclose any ca
  7. Thanks, yes have done AOS, now awaiting arrival of docs (or not as the case may be!).
  8. Thanks for your help - documents have been sent today. Just had a couple of questions if anyone would be able to help: If the claimant was to agree to accept a full and final settlement, would they then cease to pursue the case or would a CCJ still be recorded? (Also, would this be the case if I agreed a payment plan out of court with the claimant?). Also, I've noticed that the claimant has spelled my name wrong on the form, not sure if this impacts things in any way? (Live in hope!) If I don't receive a response by the date for filing a defence, I understand I sh
  9. Thanks for your reesponses. The origin is Barclaycard
  10. I received a claim form from MKDP today for an amount in excess of 5k. Claim is as follows. Issue date is 10/12. The claimant claims the sum of £6000 being monies due from the claimant under a regulated agreement originally between the defendant and {A major bank, Credit Card}. {The account} was assigned to the claimant on {a date over 3 years ago}, notice of this has been provided to the defendant. The defendant has failed to make payments in accordance with the terms of the agreement and a default notice has been served pursuant to the CCA 1974. The
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