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Hi,

First of all, thanks for taking the time to look at this post :)

Im sure this has probably been asked and answered already, but i have searched and cant find the answer...

 

Does the procedure under Scottish law apply to

(a) - You are not resident Scotland, but your claim is against a Scottish bank.

(b) - You are resident in Scotland, but your claim is against an English bank.

© - You are resident in Scotland and your claim is against a Scottish bank.

 

To clarify, I am resident in Scotland, but my claim is against the Halifax which with Halifax being in Yorkshire, is obviously an English bank.

 

So which procedure do i follow?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Turbodiesel

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Have a look here at the Govan Law centre

 

It is understood that the England & Wales Money Claim Online service requires a claimant to have an address in England or Wales, and therefore, if you are raising proceedings in England you would have to forward your claim to a particular County Court by post. While raising proceedings in England will entitle you to sue for a maximum of £5,000 under English small claims procedure, if the claim is defended you must be prepared to travel to England to present your defence. Accordingly, you should think very carefully about this issue, weighing up all of the pros and cons.

 

best of luck with your claim(s)

Charlie

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