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Back in 2016 we commissioned a builder to undertake extensive renovation works in our house. He originally was a limited company but this company was dissolved in June 2016. He then started work for us as a partnership. His father has been involved with our job in that he came to our house a couple of times and the kitchen supplied was in the fathers name and address on the invoice. To cut a long story short, the building works went on far longer than they should and weren't completed until we sacked them. We asked for a partial refund and this was refused.
Probably bit late in day to ask this. I am in a County Court tomorrow in respect of a small claim against a large company. The amount I am claiming is around £8,000. I am acting for myself and the Defendant appointed a large legal company. I was offered a Commercial Offer of £1,000 to basically go away which I refused. This afternoon I received a email from the Legal Company with a statement of costs which they have provided to the Court. They intend to claim around £25,000.00 in costs. A. should I be worried or B. top mys
My wife and I lost a county court claim as joint defendants and have been ordered to pay £2800 forthwith. We don't have it and a debt charity has gone through our figures and said run, sorry, offer £1 a month token payment because you are living on credit cards. We are trying to fill in an N245 application for variation but I am a little stuck. We have one source of income, my Wife's self employment, which we both work within and share the childcare responsibilities, so effectively I have no income of my own save for the child tax credits that are awarded to both of us (I do not clai
Hi all A friend of mine (Defendant) who has severe psychiatric and health problems recently had to attend court regarding a civil case. The Psychiatrist dealing with him was made aware that he was becoming severely distressed by the imminent court case and wrote a letter to the court requesting that the case be adjourned. My friend could not afford to be represented by a solicitor, but went along to court with a friend, not legally qualified, to offer him help and support. Unfortunately, whilst the Doctors letter was received by the court, and placed on the files, it was no