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I have a judgment that was obtained against me in 2008,

after being on this site for a while and learning more about how the court system works I decided to look over the particulars of the claim and I now feel that I should have handled things a lot different.

is there anything that I can do now or is it too late as I admitted the claim and set up payments

 

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A bit tricky this.

 

If you are now aware of something about the facts of the case that you weren't aware of at the time you can apply to have the judgment set aside,

Naivete does not count I'm afraid.


I really do appreciate all those 'thank you' emails - I'm glad I've been able to help. Apologies if I haven't acknowledged all of them.

You can also ding my gong if you prefer. :)

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Yes you can still reclaim the unfair charges.


 

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You'll need to send the bank\credit card company a Subject Access Request for all your statements of the account.

 

Template letter here (letter 11) - Link to CAG template letters

 

Make sure you specify clearly you want ALL the statements for the life of the account.

 

The SAR will cost a fee of £10.00 which will need to be enclosed.


 

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