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  1. After initiating proceedings against Yorkshire Bank 16/10/2006. I have finally got a court date 6/7/2007. However although judgement was made at Northampton County Court and transferred to Middlesbrough, I have received notice that the APPLICATION TO STRIKE OUT CLAIMANTS CLAIM HEARING will take place .......This hearing has been allowed 10 mins I presume this is not the actual court hearing and if the Yorkshire bank are successful,then it would appear that I would not be allowed my day in court,unless I appeal. Is this normal? I havent seen this on your website before Please any help would be appreciated:shock:
  2. After initiating proceedings against Yorkshire Bank 16/10/2006. I have finally got a court date 6/7/2007. However although judgement was made at Northampton County Court and transferred to Middlesbrough, I have received notice that the APPLICATION TO STRIKE OUT CLAIMANTS CLAIM HEARING will take place .......This hearing has been allowed 10 mins I presume this is not the actual court hearing and if the Yorkshire bank are successful,then it would appear that I would not be allowed my day in court,unless I appeal. Is this normal? I havent seen this on your website before Please any help would be appreciated:o
  3. Hi everyone, I wondered if anyone could give me some advice. I sent my first letter off with my ten pound fee to my bank and they sent it to the Head Office in Glasgow. I have received a letter today stating: 'We refer to your recent letter requesting information held by the bank under the terms of the DPA and note that you have paid the ten pound fee. We confirm that we shall be able to provide you with copies of your bank statements from October 2000 under the right of access under the DPA 1998. Within the terms of the act we have 40 days in which to provide you with the information we hold. With regard to your request for information relating to manual intervention on your account, there is no specific mention of manual intervention within the DPA and as such we are under no statutory obligation to record or provide this information.' Are they correct and where do I go from here? I would be grateful of any advice. Moleskin:eek:
  4. Thanks for your support, I will keep you updated!
  5. I have sent off my first letter on the 31st of October. I am nervous and I will keep you posted every step of the way:). Your support will be appreciated!!
  6. We are sending our first letter to the Data Controller of the Clydesdale Bank Plc in relation to a claim against the Yorkshire Bank. Do i make a cheque of £10 payable to Clydesdale Bank or Yorkshire Bank and is 30, St.Vincent Place, Glasgow, G1 2HL the correct registered address for Yorkshire Bank. Thankyou Moleskin
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