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  1. Yes I did read them. I just didn’t know what happened when. I always have a very limited time to look at these things as I have huge demands on my time and lots of other really stressful things going on. That might be hard to imagine, I don’t know. I simply asked what the next step was. I just needed to know what to do next. It’s hard when you have a million other things going on. It’s a big mistake and a huge regret. Now needing to sell things to pay the money. Might be useful to have a timeline somewhere of each step, to make it really clear what you need to do and when.
  2. Yeah unfortunately I took ‘file my defence’ to mean that I go online and say I’m defending. I thought they’d write to me next. I didn’t know what the next step was.
  3. I thought I’d hear from county court to ask me to submit my defence. I hadnt realised that was the next step on my own behalf. Trouble is I have an active toddler a mother with dementia and a job. I just didn’t have the time to spend looking at it. I just didn’t know what happened next. I dont think there’s anything that can be done tbh.
  4. Totally gutted. I received a Judgment in Default today. I hadn't realised I had to make the defence after going onlline. I was waiting for them to contact me. Hadn't understood what I needed to do at all. I have to pay £185 now
  5. Yes, thanks. It’s sent and I have proof of postage but I doubt I’ll hear anything from them. thanks for all your help everyone
  6. Ok thanks. Sending today. What I meant was that the MCOL defence acknowledgement thing won’t let you complete the admin without ticking an online signature. I note DX advises “no need to sign” but I had no option. Anyway, cheers for your help.
  7. Hi Dx, Thx I've now done this now but haven't sent the letter yet. On the MCOL site I had to tick 'defendant' and I had to sign or it wouldn't submit. Is that a new thing? Do I address Simon Renshaw Smith as he's signed the form as defendant instead of Dear Sir/Madam? Also, in the letter, I've referred to the claimant as Vehicle Control Services Limited - should I refer to claimant as Simon RS instead? So it would be Simon RS vs My name? And...can you tell me what happens next please?
  8. Name of the Claimant ? Vehicle Control Services Limited Date of issue – 17th March 2020 Date to submit defence = 17th April Particulars of Claim What is the claim for – 1The Claim is for a breach of contract for breaching the terms and conditions set on private land. 2.The Defendant’s vehicle, $$$$$$$, was identified in the Bristol Airport on the 10/11/2019 in breach of the advertised terms and conditions; namely stopping in a zone where stopping is prohibited. 3.At all material times the Defendant
  9. Hi again, now I’ve received a claim form from County Court Business Centre
  10. Thanks ok I’ll streamline and update/remove the SRA and DPA bits. cheers
  11. btw, do I sign as my name or not? They specify their reason in letter of claim as: 46) Stopping in a zone where stopping is prohibited. So I will of course quote "...that there is no liability in this matter because the land is covered by its own byelaws, the signage is prohibitive and not an offer of a contract so none has been breached..."
  12. No sorry that last sentence about “putting it in the post tomorrow” was the previous poster that shared the example letter -not my words. Thanks, yeah I checked the refs and they were exactly the same.
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