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I thought that claimant had to send the documents on which they rely so defendant can put together their defence, sent a SAR (not a cpr request) no documetns received, only the claim form, now judgement by default????

 

is this usual?? i have now done a cpr request but surely the agreement should have been attached at some time and sent to me and the court before judgement is given??

 

what next?

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Did you send the acknowledgement of service to the court which would

have given you more time to put a defence together, documents should be attached to the claim

but if you did no acknowledge I would be surprised if you woul be allowed to get a set aside.

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Did you send the acknowledgement of service to the court which would

have given you more time to put a defence together, documents should be attached to the claim

but if you did no acknowledge I would be surprised if you woul be allowed to get a set aside.

 

yes did acknowledge, and no documents ever sent or attached by claimant.

 

hmmm, I wonder if i can just sign into claims online, say, such and such owes XXXX amount, and then just wait for judgment, wow so easy, like printing money.

 

seriously though, this cant be right can it.

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No it can,t although if you didn't file a defence and were time out perhaps you could get set aside on the

fact that no documents were supplied before the judgement.

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No it can,t although if you didn't file a defence and were time out perhaps you could get set aside on the

fact that no documents were supplied before the judgement.

 

despite being issued a subject access request!!!

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You will need to put every detail of their failures to comply with the requests made all in all

you have plenty to go on and it's then down to the Judge.

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If you didn't file a defence then, yes, they are entitled to a default judgment on paper. Making a SAR has no effect on the progress of the claim. The only way you can stop them getting judgment is to file a defence.

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It's well past that stage now Gaston what is needed is to set aside the judgement in default.

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thanks for your replies :)

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Your welcome:-D

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Hi Maybelline,

 

If the claim was issued via the Northampton Bulk Centre, It is my understanding that they do not have to attach any documents but they should mention the documents they intend to rely on in the POC, did they mention any on the N1 form?

 

It is at that point you request copies of the documents they refer to under CPR.

 

Who has made the claim? Did you get a Letter before Action?

 

More information here will give others the ability to point you in the right direction.

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