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Okay - got to Court 9am yesterday to hand in Allocation Questionnaire; although they didn't open for business exactly until 10am, a very nice lady took the form and even called me an hour later to confirm that it was okay that I'd handed it in, "late".

 

Got the copy of Cobbett's AQ on Saturday; they put on it, "Case Management directions cannot be proposed until the Claimant serves a full and detailed reply to the Request for further infomraiton which is due by 26 June 2006. In the light of this the Defendant may amend its Defence or apply to strike out".

 

Therefore I added to mine that full details of account and applied charges (with dates and given reasons) had been supplied at each stage and also when requested, and that other information had not been applicable to CPR Part 18 as this claim was on the small claims track.

 

For some strange reason I didn't feel like putting that on the forum on Saturday for opinions, so I'm hoping it's okay. Whatever, I think it is, so...

 

I'll make sure to come and post here when the next stage happens.


But then again, what do I know?

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Yes it will be OK - Part 18 does not apply to the small claims track.

 

There is no need to respond to part 18 requests other than to point out that you consider that the inquiry is intimidatory as part 18 is excluded and that you intend to bring the intimidation to the notice of the court.

 

Hopefully you will receive full settlement very soon.


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Thanks!

 

I'll make sure to come back and update when whatever happens next happens!


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A settlement will be with you soon. Corbbetts just dig in their heels and take all the time in the world, but they know the inevitable, as do we..

 

Clairus99, what does being an Entertainer entail? :)


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I'm watching the post daily...

 

Re "Entertainer" (yes it's a naff term but it sums it all up), I'm a DJ, karaoke host, singer, actor, model, singagram, voice-over, presenter, writer - so I guess "Entertainer" sums it all up.


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Cheque received today for £1337.79 with accompanying letter containing the usual disclosure proviso.

 

When I've calmed down I'll have a look around to see how other people have said no, but, oh boy, I wanna cash that cheque NOW!!

 

Good luck everyone who's still waiting and DON'T GIVE UP!


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Congratulations!!

 

When I received the cheque from Cobbetts I replied with a letter including the following:

 

I am willing to accept the amount of £XXXX as full and final settlement.

 

The offer will be accepted under the following conditions:

 

(1) The payment is in full and final settlement of this claim only.

(2) The payment is made unconditionally, specifically:

(3) The payment is not subject to any confidentiality agreement or similar.

 

Please confirm that this is acceptable to you and your client. I will then bank the cheque and write to the Court withdrawing my claim.

Within a few days they replied and said this was ok.

 

When the formalities are out of the way, please complete our bank charges survey.

 

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Oh! Okay, thanks.

 

Have already done the survey and will be donating, certainly.

 

Feel confident enough about taking on Nationwide (it's at Moneyclaim Online stage) and Alliance & Leicester (LBA in the post) now!!


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