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Businessman who had credit debts made unenforceable

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I found this comment from Paul Collins as quite poignant

 

You’ve got to experience it to realise how much pressure they put you under

Well done to him for not buckling under said pressure and seeing it through to it's conclusion.


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What will happen if he loses?

 

Does this mean bad news for consumers fighting unenforceable CCA's?


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He's already won. He's worried about what would happen for others if the banks were to win the Manchester cases

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I suppose it depends if the manchester judges are bank sympathetic, god did I say that out loud, a judge being biased no of course not. that would never happen....


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I'm a bit baffled by that whole article. I thought the whole enforceability issue had already been done and dusted in the House of Lords? So whatever happens in his particular case, it can never overturn the precedent law :confused:

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