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Hi,

 

I don't know if anyone can answer this, but hoping maybe one of our law students or experienced battlers may be able to help...

 

I lost a case and was asked to pay Court Costs to the defendant. New information has now come up, but the new information cannot be related to my original POC's...

 

Does this mean:

 

a) I need to continue paying and take seperate Court action

b) Can challenge them on this new info and stop paying and ask for my money back that I have paid so far

c) Makes no odds to anything

 

Thanks,

 

Penfold

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Ok, well was small claims Court and the Judge agreed that they had probably breached the DPA, BUT because I had not mentioned DPA in my POC's he could not takt that into account. I now have ICO letter confirming breach was probable and in particular the sixth principle.

 

So if I had that letter and DPA was mentioned in my POC's I probably would not have been lumbered with charges at the worst...

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hi, personally i dont see how the data protection act breach could get rid of the charges, if anything you would have had to make a counter claim for damages using the evidence you had.

 

if you can show that the breach of the data protection act has caused you a loss then you can make a claim for that.

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for that, not sure I can make a counter claim as the case is closed as far as the Court is concerned so yes will continue paying and claim seperately I guess...

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