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  1. when i log into my case screen on money claim online. it shows my activity but will it show the plaintiffs. for example if they decide to proceed with the claim. or will i find out in due course. thanks in advance.
  2. Hi There Can anyone help me with this. Currently helping a friend compile defence bundle for CC small claims court from money lender claiming alleged debt from 2009. Company is a cash for cheque money lender (borrower depositing cheques @ £100 per time for cash, and cheques to be returned to borrower or destroyed if repay loan in cash within given timeframe). Company (FJC Route66 London) approached her June 2013 to chase £2000 allegedly borrowed in 2009 (original debt alleged £2,000 but with interest now in excess of £6k). Although she has used his ser
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