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Being Sued with limited POC for 8.5k


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Apologies if this is in the wrong section, I am being sued personally for £8.5k by (Accountants who did tax work fo me and my ltd co) ,the claim was issued with minimal POC on the claim form with details I do not have.

 

 

Straight off the claim form.

 

" The Claimaints claim is for work done and services rendered by the claimaint between xx.xx.09 to yy.yy.09 particulars of which have been delivered to the Defendant"

 

Does this refer to a more detailed POC or just generally delivered?

 

Then goes on to ask for interest under section 69, which may be strange as if there was a contract it would be contractual interest?

 

 

Would I need to use a CPR 18 to get details such as notes of verbal agreements , and copies of their files and work done for me personally and work done for my ltd company.

 

I previously asked for invoices,acknowledgement of monies paid and copies of signed agreements never received.

 

 

I guess a CPR 31.14 only applies if I know what documents are listed,implied or inferred to by their claim.

 

My question is should I use a CPR 18 and CPR 31.14 and then go for an embarrassed defence and strike out?

 

Thanks In Advance.

 

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As regards interest there is now a law (dammit - can't think of the name) which allows interest to be charged independently of any contractual arrangements.

 

Something to do with 'Late Payments ...'

 

 

So, yes they can charge interest.

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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