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Hi,

 

It's not something I've come across in the Scotland Forum yet but I would think if you phoned or visited your local Sheriff Court the Clerk would help you with that.

 

There's some info in this 'link'..................................

 

http://www.ico.gov.uk/upload/documents/library/data_protection/practical_application/taking_a_case_to_court.pdf

 

I'll have a look around see if I can find anything useful.

 

Worth looking at this from the Govan Law Centre....................

 

http://govanlc.com/yourcomment.htm

 

Regards.

 

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Could loss be classified as having to send loads of letters to ask them to comply as well as dealing with a DCA whom they passed the debt on to & having to do loads of research in ways of trying to get them to comply.

 

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If those costs were a direct result of not receiving the paperwork, then it would be.

Damages are usually associated with contracts and would be a claim of assessment of actual losses.

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