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HI... I hope someone can help or point me in the right direction...


My uncle has made a 'Small claims' against me, He wants to get his dog back that he gave me nearly 3 years ago,

I have proof that I've had the dog, vet bills grooming etc..... Does anyone think this will actually go to court?




He lives in Scotland and I live in England, but he's applied through MCOL... is it true the claimant as well as the defendant has to live in England or Wales... if so will the claim be invalid?... and does that mean he could try again through a Scottish court?? SO many questions.. hope someone might have some answers!


Thanks in advance

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Hi ms garlic.

Is the dog a pedigree and have you been given it's papers?

Have you registered it in your name with the kennel club?

Why did your Uncle give you the dog?

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It seems to be interesting that your uncle gave you a dog three years back and now days he is claiming it from you. Any way what I would like to recommend you that you should avoid any court laws whether they are Scottish or Britain and if you have dog still with just send him back via any way.

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MCOL is invalid, but not for the reasons you imagine. The MC part of it stands for Money Claim - IS he claiming money? He most certainly cannot claim for the return of a dog. If the form is genuine, then advise the court you will be defending, and it will be moved to your local court. This means he will have to travel down and present his case to the judge as Claimant.

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