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About moose73

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  1. there were difference with mbna and hsbc , I think mbna were on dodgy ground from the outset due to the way it was laid out, and they paid out without much fight. I'm just glad its finished now, as it was getting me down.
  2. Had the hearing today at court. they turned up with a solicitor, counsel and witnesses. should have started at 10am but ended up 11.40 before we went in. for 2 hours it was mainly the their argument for striking out due to limitations act, then it went on to my witness statement and them asking me questions and catching me out with diffeneces on what I said in POCs/ witness statement and the evidence. I had used certain items in my POCs which got kicked out staright away like FSA handbook and consumer credit act, so ended up just being a misrepresentaion case. I had relied on clauses from o
  3. only hsbc are being unreasonable in their conduct for this case.
  4. one of the judges directions is "costs in the application" what does this mean?
  5. the bit i am little confused on: (with respect to the limitations act) is it a mistake or misrepresentation or both?
  6. what was the recent high court case that has been in the media where the banks are now having to pay back ppi? any links for this?
  7. Nothing, they are fighting all the way
  8. just had a letter this morning with their costs of 7k that they say they will recover if they win. Can they do this? they have also sent 3 past cases in high court about failed mis selling claims, all about misrepresentation. these are: black horse ltd v david and caroline speak barry robinson soulsby v firstplus financial group observations by judge waksman qc in Manchester county court HELP!!
  9. yep small claims as was for 3k, but HSBC were trying to claim their costs from me. Court monday for the main hearing.
  10. Update - Witness statement received from HSBC today. This was signed by an employee of hsbc who worked in my branch at the time of the loan was taken out, but now works at a different branch. Thing is that it didn't happen at that branch but at a branch near where I worked! anyway, court date is end of july, and I think there is no way they will settle before court, they will be fighting this all the way, so a word of warning to others fighting against HSBC, they are no push overs, and be prepared to go all the way with them. In hindsight, I wouldn't have done this if I knew how much work
  11. this was in my witness statement, but they missed the deadline with theirs, so they applied to strike out my claim instead, which the court heard yesterday. so the above case didn't get raised. The costs are broken down @ £100 per hour for their timeplus letters and phone calls at 10 each.most of the costs were for the striking out.They had applied for judge to order these, but this was declined.
  12. another letter received today from HSBC, a schedule listing their costs which they are claiming from me at £2500.00, and this is meant to be small claims court?
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