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  1. Thank You again Gary you have been a tremendous help, and im going to start the process with my joint account by sending the LOA again tomorrow.
  2. Im sure it was over a couple of months ago I will have to check with my Daughter. I havent heard anything from the courts as yet, shall i just ring the court tomorrow to let them know that a full settlement has been made or do i need to put it in writing?
  3. YIPEEEEEEEEEE Good News I recived a letter from SC&M on 20/12/06 stating that Lloyds will pay full amount (£1000) and will i contact the courts to inform them. Of course i havent contacted anyone as yet as the money only went into the joint account (not my personal account which it should have done) on 23/12/06 and the hearing was due 21/12/06. Is there a standard reply letter?? Also i did start the process from my joint account but couldnt afford the court cost (£120) at the time, can i still continue with this or do i have to start from scratch?? Will the fact that the £1000 wa
  4. YIPEEEEEEEEEE Good News I recived a letter from SC&M on 20/12/06 stating that Lloyds will pay full amount (£1000) and will i contact the courts to inform them. Of course i havent contacted anyone as yet as the money only went into the joint account (not my personal account which it should have done) on 23/12/06 and the hearing was due 21/12/06. Is there a standard reply letter?? Also i did start the process from my joint account but couldnt afford the court cost (£120) at the time, can i still continue with this or do i have to start from scratch?? Will the fact that the £1000 w
  5. Sorry Gary just a quick question. In the letter that i write to the court point 5 states a date that the case be heard, would that date be 28 days after the allocation hearing ie 21/12/06 so the court date i request taking into account xmas be around 23/01/07. Thank you in advance
  6. Gary you are a diamond thank you thank you thank you. You have reasurred me i was really worried that i didnt have enough time to get everything together.
  7. Oh!! Im even more confused now then. So that means i dont have to compile all the paperwork? If so what do i need to do, i havent come across this in any other threads. By the way i really appreciate you taking the time to help me.
  8. thanks karnevil, im hoping i have just done that???
  9. Hi Alan, Thank you for helping me, im sorry it has taken a while i have been ill (probably the stress). I have received a general form of judgement or order to be heard in Cardiff County Court 21 Dec 06, via small claims track. The letter from the court states " 1. directions will be given in this case by the designated civil judge (name of judge, date, time and place.) 2. The parties may appear in person or make written representations as to how the case should proceed provided a copy of the representations is sent to the court and the other side at least 7 working days prior t
  10. ** HELP NEEDED ** I'm not very good on computers and am at the stage with my claim against Lloyds that I have a court date for County Court 22 Dec '06. My daughter has taken care of everything until now, but now I find myself trying to research / prepare alone. I am in tears of frustration at this computer as I have read and re-read hundreds of threads withouth finding what I need. I have received an allocation questionnaire, sent it back blank as per the step by step instruction, now I need to prepare questions to be asked in court but I do not where to begin. I am at my wit
  11. hi i have my date forcounty court 22 dec but i need to find out what questions i am going to ask them also i am very nervous as my daughter started the ball rolling for me and now i am left on my own i am not very confident on the computer so please excuse any mistakes
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