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  1. Care UK faces legal action unless it pays more than £3m in compensation READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/care-uk-faces-legal-action-unless-it-pays-more-than-3m-in-compensation
  2. Hi Quick bit of advice needed regarding filling out financial statements which has been requested by my ex local authority. Basically we have outstanding council tax debt with North Herts Council from around 6+ years ago. they got a court order and we was paying this off at £20 a month which we agreed with them. About a year ago they decided that they wasn't going to accept £20 a month any more and wanted £40, well we told them this was unaffordable and payments ceased. This has now escalated to Bailiff levels so we contacted the Council to say we weren't going to give the
  3. I have an ongoing dispute with a storage company the action now being in court a claim by them of approx 5k and a counterclaim by me for approx 13k for loss of equipment whilst in storage. Matters came to a head on 17th September when their claim was struck out for failing to comply with an Unless Order made by the Judge leaving only my Counterclaim to be heard on the day. The hearing was adjourned as although I had quantified the amount of claim I had not included a copy of the invoice so the Judge gave me 7 days in which to submit which I have complied with and a retrial date was set for 2nd
  4. I owe money to several creditors to which i make regular payments to when they have confirmed they owe the debt etc etc and i know who im paying is correct, but im having problems with MBNA/Connaught/1st credit ....The steps i have taken are below and can anyone confirm the next step for me please; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03 April 2010 - Sent CCA Request/Do not acknoweldge debt 24 May 2010 - Statutory Demand Issued 25 May 2010 - Sen
  5. I am a Defendant looking to file an "Unless" Order along the following lines: "The Claimant has introduced new evidence at a late stage of proceedings therefore unless the Claimant is able to substantiate this new evidence with (list of things eg credit card number, name of payer, bank ac number etc. ) within a period of XX days then the Claim be struck out and a wasted costs order be made in favour of the Defendant" My question is - What is the lowest XX can reasonably be so that the Judge grants the order: 21, 14, 10 or even as low as 7 days?
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