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Cases against banks/DCAs can be heard anywhere in Europe

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So presumeably you can now have your cases heard in Scotland, where the bank/DCA must produce an agreement when they lodge the summons!:D

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I wonder if it also means is bringing your case before a court in a country where the statute barred limit is only 3 years


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Now there's an idea! Even being allowed the limitation act that applies to Scotland would be a bonus, as we live in the United Kingdom, and most of these shady DCA's are in Glasgow, trying to ply their trade in a completely different jurisdiction.:cool:


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I should have clarified what I meant, which was that cases that we raise against banks/DCAs could presumeably be raised in Scotland for those living in England and the banks/DCAs would have to produce an agreement if they wished to make a counterclaim and also to defend. Without one they have lost before they have started.

 

I agree. You could probably raise your Statute Barred cases in Scotland where the SB limit is 5 years and not only that but under Scots law an SB debt is covered by the Prescriptions and Limitations Act 1973 which means that after the 5 years the debt is scrubbed completely - it no longer exists. There are a whole lot of possibilities to be explored.

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Blimey.

 

Whatever you think of claims companies, that particular one is certainly putting the sh*ts up the finance industry.

 

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the crap just keeps piling up higher and higher for these idiots :lol:

 

this has got to be investigated fully to see the real implications for the Debt buyers


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I should have clarified what I meant, which was that cases that we raise against banks/DCAs could presumeably be raised in Scotland for those living in England and the banks/DCAs would have to produce an agreement if they wished to make a counterclaim and also to defend. Without one they have lost before they have started.

 

I agree. You could probably raise your Statute Barred cases in Scotland where the SB limit is 5 years and not only that but under Scots law an SB debt is covered by the Prescriptions and Limitations Act 1973 which means that after the 5 years the debt is scrubbed completely - it no longer exists. There are a whole lot of possibilities to be explored.

 

Agreed, whilst you have my full attention, it does need to be explored more, but it does stand to reason that if the DCA's based in Glasgow are chasing payments in England then why shouldn't debtors be able to use the Scottish Legal System to defend their case?

Or is that too easy!:D


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