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Not dead, it simply means that the court will not deal with your case until the case between the OFT and the Banks is concluded and a definitive decision reached.

 

Unless you can challenge the stay on the grounds of hardship you'll probably just have to sit back and wait till the test case is concluded.

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Hi Wifey Welcome to the forum.

 

 

just follow this link and it will lead you to all you need to know about stays. Skip through to post No6, there you will find links to all you will need.

 

Any questions just ask here and someone will be along to help. goodluck.gif

 

 

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/hsbc-bank/108935-courts-stays.html?highlight=stays#post1055928

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Halifax Won £1180.00

NatWest Won £876.00

Halifax 2 N1 submitted 20/07/07 stayed 24/08/07 N244 Application filed 31/08/07 hearing set for 12/11/07 rescheduled for 29/01/2008. Application dismissed stay still in place.

Charity Group £200 compo for lost passport.

HM revenue & Customs; demand for WTC overpayment £632.12. Disputed, their error. Did not have to repay.

All opinions expressed are my own and have no legal standing and no connection to CAG

 

All errors/typos etc are not my fault the blame lies with the spelling gremlins

 

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