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  1. Got a notice to go to court. got a date. July 2020. was advised to get my evidence together. Got a letter 3 days before advising me case was now closed and no further action would be taken. result. thanks for your help.
  2. it says I must file the directions questionnaire within 7 days from the service of the order. I've done this via email so I have evidence of having done so. do I email a copy to gladstones? I have to login to their website which I'm reluctant to do as I have to 'register' with them first.
  3. I did as requested ( end of April) but have now had a 'general form of judgement or order'. I put form in post so assuming it has been lost in system. I now have 7 days to complete. This time I shall email. Realised I haven't sent the solicitors copy but cannot see who this would be. Is it gladstones as per previous threatening letters?
  4. Spoke to Northants again. It appears to be an oversight on their part as apparently UK CAR PARK MANAGEMENT have provided evidence that they DID respond within specified time in September 19 but it wasn't registered on the system. They have provided a dated email supporting this. They have applied for mediation.....
  5. I've not moved house. Have definitely NEVER received the N244 Do I need to obtain this? If so, how?
  6. Claim Status on moneyclaim online A claim was issued against you on 17/07/2019 Your acknowledgment of service was submitted on 21/07/2019 at 17:35:23 Your acknowledgment of service was received on 22/07/2019 at 08:05:35 Your defence was submitted on 16/08/2019 at 19:04:47 Your defence was received on 19/08/2019 at 01:09:24 DQ sent to you on 17/04/2021 DQ filed by claimant on 17/04/2021 My Defence was filed as I assert that I am not liable to the Claimant for the sum claimed nor any amount at all for the following reasons, any one of which is fatal to the Claimant's case. 1. The contravention didn’t occur 2. The claim is for breach of contract. However, it is denied any contract existed 3. The Claimant has no standing to bring a case So I'm completing the form on post 60 (not 61?) . In have this with my letter.
  7. Have definitely had nothing since filing my defense. Just spent 20 mins on hold to Northants before being cut off when getting to first in queue. What's the DQ please?
  8. As far as I remember: It was challenging that signs had no planning consent. No contract was formed because... No Marked bays
  9. Ironically, I've recently disposed of all the information pertaining to this case. Was sure it had gone away. Will there be an online record?
  10. This is the first I've heard since submitting my defence in August 2019. So......... No to mediation? Am i advised to go to small claims court?
  11. I thought this case had gone away after posting my defence and hearing nothing back. Yesterday I received a 'Notice of proposed allocation to the small claims track' It tells me This is now a defended claim. The defendant has filed a defence but there is no copy enclosed I have the option if i believe the small claims track to be inappropriate to explain why It also offers me the opportunity to enter into mediation or settlement. What do you advise? Many Thanksparking small claims.jpg.pdf parking small claims.jpg.pdf
  12. My elderly parents have rented a house to a lady and her aunt for approximately 15yrs. The lady was the original tenant who after a short period of time asked if her aunt could move in and share the rent, buy making her contribution in her entitlement to housing benefit.This was agreed and for many years things have ticked along, although the tenant has on many occasions allowed the paid proportion of the rent get into arrears. The house is now in need of some repairs, the tenant has been pointing this out for quite a while, but due to some illness my parents have been slow to carry out the work. The tenant has now engaged a solicitor who is writing to my parents and making demands. My parents are quite willing to make the necessary repairs but the tenant has been difficult and refused access to workmen on 2 separate occasions. The workmen were there to give estimates for necessary jobs. Her argument was that they didn't have ID (Fair enough) but on both occasions they were accompanied by my father (an elderly sick gentleman) who had engaged them. The solicitor continues to write with complaints and the tenant is becoming increasingly non compliant. It's a bit of catch 22 and I feel there may be a hidden agenda... (why complain about repairs and then refuse to allow those people who going to carry them out in to assess the job) There is no current tenancy agreement, and the rent is in arrears (she has been underpaying for a period of approximately 6 months) During the summer, she complained about blocked gutters and asked if she got the work done herself could she deduct the cost from the rent. this was agreed subject to a receipt being supplied. She has since refused to supply the receipt. The solicitor has now stated that she is reporting my parents to the landlords licensing association and the local council. They have been given a list of repairs, (uploaded). Given that the tenant is being so difficult and that they are more than willing to do what is necessary it's beginning to feel a little like harassment. They want to engage a solicitor themselves and I'm wondering how necessary it is. Do they need to prepare themselves for legal action? Are all of the repairs their responsibility? (difficult to have the cash when the rent is in arrears) How should they respond? I've uploaded letters sent but the solicitor is also emailing fairly constantly with over dramatic complaints about the slightest little thing.... My parents are both in ill health and very worried about this matter
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