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Legibility of CCA's

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Hi guys just wanted to find out if their is any other Act other then consumer credit (cancellation notices and copy documents) regulations 1983 SI1983/1557 (“The Regulations”), that I coud use in disputing an illegible application form?

Also am I correct in believeing that an agreement which is illegible would be unenforceable even with a court order?

Does anyone know any previous court cases which have been won in the way of illegilbe agreements, tha I could quote..?

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if a ccj is already granted then you would need to apply for set aside re cca.

 

if its a cca then you could only use cca

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/search.php?searchid=2616519&pp=20

 

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No CCJ granted as yet.... thanks for the link just finished reading some of the threads very informative...x

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