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got a date for my hearing against Barclay's its at the beginning of next year. on the letter it mentions i have until the 18th of sept to have standard disclosure of documents. What does this mean? is this simply a case of sending a print out of my schedule of charges to Mr Jeremiah? I was thinking of writing to him to see if he's now interested in an out of court settlement. Any one with any hints, tips or pointers? thanks guys



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Oh don't say that clhtyler! It's scary enough as it is without having the thought that allthis hard work will be for nothing!


Good luck Ombler, I don;t know what happens yet, I've only just filed N1. Did Barclays call you with a settlement at any time?

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Its quite usual for the court date to be some way off, they are very busy, I wouldn't consider contacting them about settlement, it mwill make them think you are desparate which as you all know makes them even worse to deal with, sit tight and wait is my best advice.



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IGroup ERC £1928.64 Ist letter sent 12/9

LBA sent 26/9

Moneyclaim input 13/10

Claim acknowledged 6/11

Received fob off letter 11/11

AQs sent back, IGroup request multitrack and hearing

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Part 18 is your chance to request information from the bank.

I have just sent them a request for the following, just to make their life hard.


Under Part 18 Application for "Further Information" under Practice Direction Part 18. (1.1). (Copy attached). The Claimant requests the following information:-

a) The Claimant requests a full copy of the contractual terms and conditions which were agreed and duly signed, when the said bank accounts were opened in August 1983.

b) Copies of the standard terms upon which the Defendant (Barclays Bank PLC) intend to rely.

c) Any and all addendum and / or amendments to those standard terms and confirmation of the dates upon which these addendum and / or amendments were brought to the attention of the Claimant ( if at all ).

d) The Claimant requests that the Defendant (Barclays Bank PLC) provide a proper breakdown of its costs and charges, in relation to what it actually costs to respond to the purported breaches of contract on the part of the Claimant.




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Its probably an idea to find out what your doing first.


Standard disclosure is a powerful tool and alforces the defendants to reveal key information relating to your claim.


I personally wouldnt ask them to settle, if you ask they will think your going to fold before you get to court.


What is the size of your claim?


Standard discolsure is usually only relevant to fast/multi track claims.


If you are not in small claims then you should have a good idea of what youre about, the relevant bits of law, etc.



Kick the shAbbey Habit


Where were you? Next time please



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Co-op Claim issued 30-03-07

GE Capital (Store Cards) ICO says theyve been naughty

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Please I am desperate for help. Barclays bank has refused to pay up what they owe me, approx £2436 for the past 6 years, offering me a meagre £700 which i have rejected. I am now at the stage of putting in my claim in court online, but i am not too good with computers and badly need support and advice on how to proceed. My 7 days deadline is long past since i sent them the letter before action on 7/9/06 using the advice & templates from this site. Please please can someone guide me on how to do this?

thanks a bunch


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Firstly, you need to start your own thread (click here) - I suggest you title it "jacquilottin vs Barclays" or something similar.


If you're sure you're ready to start your claim you can get some help for the online claim form here.


If you need ANY help or advice at any stage - or you just want to check you're on the right lines - post again with your questions.


Don't worry - you're in the right place.


By day, quiet unassuming bank customer - but, by night, .. .. .. .. ..

Barclays Case1

14/03/07 **WON** FULL settlement £3358.39

Barclays Case2

08/09/08 Prelim: please give me my £187.91 back.

Halifax Case1

14/03/07 **WON** Refunded £728 (including £54 costs)

Halifax Case2

08/09/08 Prelim: please give me my £268.24 back.

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