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Mitchell v Lloyds - Appeal 28 March 2010


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This case was brought by a solicitor acting on a no win no fee basis and the contention was that the way the credit limit was described in the agreement contravened the 1974 CCA in that it was not specific about what the credit limit was or how it would be determined.

The original action failed but it was appealed I believe,does anyone have any info?

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This case was brought by a solicitor acting on a no win no fee basis and the contention was that the way the credit limit was described in the agreement contravened the 1974 CCA in that it was not specific about what the credit limit was or how it would be determined.

The original action failed but it was appealed I believe,does anyone have any info?

 

I understand the case was heard in Manchester,can anyone help with any info about this?

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