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Recived County Court papers this morning (Holiday Cottage Group)claiming £295 for balance of holiday deposit following cancelation.


We informed them in December that we were unable to afford the holiday due to pendending redundancy. They asked for proof which was sent to them,however they kept on sending letters insisting on the balance owed on the holiday must be paid this has resulted in them taking us to court.


The claim states:

Our clain against the defendant is for a deposit due followinf the cancellation of a holiday made with us ,quite clearly this holiday was offered to the defendant with our "low deposit" offer terms.


The term of this offer quite clearly bstates that the defendant is liable to pay the full holiday deposit following a cancelation which is not covered by the cancelation insurance.


Can anyone advise us on how to aproach this, we cant aford to pay due to my redundancy.

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Write that fact on the form and defend the whole claim... it sounds like they are blowing in the wind. Also write the following letter to them.


We understand that you are claiming a substantial loss due to our giving you early cancellation of a holiday - we are going to ask for all lettings details for the premises as part of our defence, this will of course be under CPR31 rules and should you not comply then full disclosure of this information will be requested via the courts. This will of course delay the clam and add to our expenses (we are also intending to ask that the claimant pays the defendants expenses as we have long tried to negotiate with you on this matter).


That should put the wind up their sails.

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