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  1. Yes I actually used that as my main defence on the n9b. Quoted Limitations Act 1980. I chose not to enter a partial defence since MCOL requires of an exact figure of how much you owe and since I don't have the relevant documents I didn't want to make one up. Will be sending a CPR 31:14 to Shulmans tomorrow. I know my defence is very weak but hopefully this will at least prevent a default judgement and perhaps get Shulmans to consider mediation.
  2. Because if I do that they can get an CCJ awarded automatically on MCOL website it can enable them to escalate it to the Queens Bench and have a High Court Writ granted to enforce the debt. I thought this website helped people make them up. This is a civil mater not an "innocent or guilty" one. I need to know what to put for my defence particulars on MCOL website? Even Northampton County Court Business Centre said it was worth a shot to make one since they haven't filed for judgement yet. Did you not read my post? I tried to apply for the charitble scheme a
  3. Action I have taken so far: Made an acknowledgement of service on MCOL website after the allotted time expired (it still let me) with intent to defend claim as I found the court papers late (was received today on 11/12/2018) MCOL website is showing that they have not filed for judgement yet even though my time to make an acknowledgement of service ended ages ago? What leg to stand on do I have for making a defence? Would admiting part of the claimed amount on MCOL website be better? I understand MCOL only grants an automatic judgement for full admission? I don't care
  4. Name of the Claimant ? Southern Water Services Date of issue – 10/11/2018 33 days was up on 8/12/2018 (3 days ago) only found court letters yesterday. Particulars of Claim The Claimant is a statutory water and sewerage undertaker pursuant to the water Industy Act 1991 (the Act). The Claimant claims the sum of £1700 for unpaid water and/or sewerage charges payable under s.142-144 of the Act and the Claimants Charges Scheme. The unpaid sum of £1600 is for water and/or sewerages services provided to the Defendant(s) at ************ for the period of July 2011 to July 2018. Th
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