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Hi everybody.

 

I'm helping a friend to claim back his charges from Lloyds TSB. We've been working on it for months now and got to the stage that we are going to court on Wednesday (26th) for a directions hearing at Hull County Court. Has anyone ever had one of these before?

 

We have rang SC&M and they told us that they will be making an appearance. I don't know if this is true or not. What does a directions hearing actually involve? I'm presuming that it's only to hear whether we have a case against Lloyds or not. They have asked for a stay but the court declined it. They have also not complied with the court order which requests that they respond to our particulars of claim which we submitted.

 

We are compiling the court bundle needed as recommended by the CAG thread but I'm not sure what we need to take?

 

Any thoughts or experience with directions hearings will be much appreciated!!

 

Dan

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Hi, Dantheman, We've responded to your comment on our site - hovawort vs tsb. doesnt seem to be much help going on on this site now. guess most have been stayed maybe only Hull seems to be steaming ahead. Wonder how many of us there are on Wed...

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Hi John

 

Just to let you and everyone else know, we went to Court today for our Directions Hearing and the Judge at Hull County Court has stayed our case. There was a representative from SC&M there acting on behalf of Lloyds. We said all the right things: the defendant has failed to comply with the terms of the court order, their request for a court stay was not within the deadline prescribed by the court etc. etc. Basically they had the right not to comply with the order on the basis that they were waiting for the test case.

 

The judge agreed that the case would be stayed despite our objections. He said that pretty much all cases being heard in County Courts up and down the country are being stayed now. I don't think there is much chance of anyone getting any further now until the test case comes up. Hopefully it'll mean a win for us.

 

We will be objecting to the stay and doing what we can in the mean time to get our case heard.

 

If anyone wants any more information from us then please contact/post a reply and I'll be more than willing to speak to you.

 

Thanks

 

Dan

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