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    • Hi all           I spoke to the courts earlier today and they advised me that the points placed on my licence were removed in October 2019, and that a court date is set for November 26th. Guess what ??? I had not been given that info either. The courts were very helpful and explained to me that everything had been sent to my previous address (which I have not lived in or owned for 5 years) The car in question was registered in March 2016 and I have owned since new and has never been registered to my old address. I have proof of this down to the point of not taxing the car March 2017 as the car was zero tax I did not realise I still had to go online and tax it, the summons for that was sent to my current home address.  it is very strange that the police directed everything to my previous address. i then contacted the police on the number given by the courts and was told to forward proof I was out of country at time of offence for them to look at, the police officer was very understanding and quite helpful giving the information. I have to e mail her tomorrow and will give an update when I know more as this previous address thing is really confusing !!!  
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thanks for that.still havent heard anything yet,how about you gizmo111.gettting a bit sick of waiting,but nothing i can do i suppose

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thanks for that.still havent heard anything yet,how about you gizmo111.gettting a bit sick of waiting,but nothing i can do i suppose

 

Yeah I am getting a bit fed up now - 28 days is the 24th for me so I am expecting to hear in week - I wouldn't be as lucky for them to not issue a defence!


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The 28 days were up for the natwest on friday but i still havent heard anything.What am i supposed to do now.Have you heard anything yet gizmo.

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The 28 days were up for the NatWest on friday but i still havent heard anything.What am i supposed to do now.Have you heard anything yet gizmo.

 

I haven't heard a thing - but haven't had todays post yet. I guess this is the point where you go to court and ask for judgement - if you issued MCOL you can do it on line.


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I haven't heard a thing - but haven't had todays post yet. I guess this is the point where you go to court and ask for judgement - if you issued MCOL you can do it on line.

 

Nothing in todays post - this is so frustrating.


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i havent had anything today either.does anyone know what i am supposed to do next.

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the 28 days for the reply from the solicitors were up on friday and i still havent heard anything.does anyone know what i am supposed to do next.do i leave it til the end of the week or enter judgement against them.

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i havent had anything today either.does anyone know what i am supposed to do next.

 

apply for judgement


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just before i apply for the judgement i just waqnt to check.is it the 28 days from when it was issued to the bank or 28 days from when they acknowledged it.

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well the 28 days are up for that today.so wot now

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I found this matter a little confusing,when I read my acknowledgement from the court it says, the defendant has 28 days from the date of service of the claim form with particulars of claim.

I read this to mean from the date the court served particulars of claim on the bank, am I wrong then?, would really like to be sure about this because the bank filed two acknowledgements, one dated 10th august, the other dated 17th august.

if it is from when the court served the papers on the bank, the time will be up on monday 4th september


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i think it is the time from when the courts served the papers.the 28 days are now up on mine and i have had no reply so will be applying for judgement today.Does anyone know what happens after that.as i havent seen anyone else that has had to do this.

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i think it is the time from when the courts served the papers.the 28 days are now up on mine and i have had no reply so will be applying for judgement today.Does anyone know what happens after that.as i havent seen anyone else that has had to do this.

 

You send the baliffs in - My 28 days are up tomorrow so I will be applying for judgement Friday.


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i have just tried to enter judgement against the bank and it wont let me it said i cant enter judgement yet.why not

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i have just tried to enter judgement against the bank and it wont let me it said i cant enter judgement yet.why not

 

Is this MCOL - what is the date of acknowledgement on there


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it was acknowledged on 25/07 so the 28 days are still up from that date.ill try again today if there is nothing in the post today.have you heard anything yet gizmo

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its normally 28 days from when they acknowledged it.

 

It's 28 days from the day the claim was started. 14 if they don't acknowledge.


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it was acknowledged on 25/07 so the 28 days are still up from that date.ill try again today if there is nothing in the post today.have you heard anything yet gizmo

 

No I haven't - my 28 days is up today - ack on 27th can't understand why you can't get judgement, have you spoke to court cos my calculations make your 28 days up 2 days ago - so you should have been able to get a judgement yesterday.


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im gonna try again this morning if there is nothing in the post today from them.if i can do it and then i hear from them what do i do about the judgement.

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just been onto mcol.they have filed a defence.they are disputing all the money owed to me.it said i will be notified of the court it will be transferred to.im worried now.what should i do

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just been onto mcol.they have filed a defence.they are disputing all the money owed to me.it said i will be notified of the court it will be transferred to.im worried now.what should i do

 

Wait now for a/q. When did they file defence?


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dont be worried mine said they were defending on 17th, still have not heard anything from them or court, seems its par for the course


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