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Hi everyone, please can anyone answer a couple of questions for me?

 

1) I am about to submit N1 claim form to court..I just include N1 form completed, schedule of charges inc 8% and payment - is that all I need?

 

(I have all correspondence together for my bundle)

 

2) There has been a delay between my letter before action and now (nearly 2 months, due to unforseen circumstances) Is this going to be a problem, or do I need to start the whole procedure again as I am outside my agreed time frame?

 

I didn't get any monetary offer, just the usual, we will look into this in 8 weeks ish. I wrote saying their response was unsatisfactory and sent LBA, but this was last year, have I left it too late??

 

Thank you for your time. X

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Hi everyone, please can anyone answer a couple of questions for me?

 

1) I am about to submit N1 claim form to court..I just include N1 form completed, schedule of charges inc 8% and payment - is that all I need?

 

(I have all correspondence together for my bundle)

 

2) There has been a delay between my letter before action and now (nearly 2 months, due to unforseen circumstances) Is this going to be a problem, or do I need to start the whole procedure again as I am outside my agreed time frame?

 

I didn't get any monetary offer, just the usual, we will look into this in 8 weeks ish. I wrote saying their response was unsatisfactory and sent LBA, but this was last year, have I left it too late??

 

Thank you for your time. X

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Hi there

 

I have done the same thing with Alliance and Leicester, sent LBA but never carried out the threat. When I asked the same question in the A & L forum someone replied saying I should go for it anyway, which I might if my Barclays one is successful :)

 

Good luck :)

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i think you need to start from the prliminary letter , send it off ,give them 14 days then send the LBA ,another 14 days then proceed with court action.

stick to that timetable you should be okay.don't take any chances of it getting struck out for leaving it to long.

good luck.

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Hi everyone, need a bit of advice please...I'm at Court stage.

 

I issued my claim at the Court on 22nd May, the notice of issue says that Barclays had until 7th June to reply. Today I received notice that acknowledgement of service has been filed, but that Barclays filed on 8th June. According to the Court papers, this is 1 DAY LATE. Did they miss the deadline???

Also, when should I send my court bundle? I haven't had any request for the evidence that I intend to submit yet, is it coming or should I send it anyway?

 

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I'm afraid the courts do tend to allow the banks a little grace with regards to deadlines so the fact that Barclays filed their acknowledgement a day late means very little. The fact that they have now filed acknowledgement now gives the defendant a further 14 days to file their defence, which will be 21st June. Once they have done this you will receive a copy of the defence and further directions from the court.

 

With regards to the court bundle you're actually a little way off needing this just yet. The court bundle will have to be submitted containing all evidence at least two weeks before the hearing date, but you really don't need to worrying about this for the time being and we'll cross that bridge if and when that stage arrives.

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Prelim letter sent 8th Feb '07

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Barclays are notorious for filing late, and getting away with it.:mad: Frustrating, but it happens. Now they'll have 28 days from the date of service to enter their defence; which they will - probably on the last day!

 

Don't even THINK about sending a bundle until it's asked for. You haven't reached that stage yet.

The Court will be in touch to ask for any documentation they require, but for now, you have to wait for Barclays to defend.

 

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Barclays (2 accounts) WON

Lloyds TSB (Daughter's) WON

 

Cohen's: WON (discontinued)

DLC: Given up, gone away.

Eversheds: Trying!

Equidebt: In default

Intrum J: Return to OC

iQor: Stopped paying.

Link: In default.

ScotCall: Return to OC

Thames: Stopped paying.

 

 

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Hi everyone,

 

Do I really have to pay another £100 for my allocation questionnaire (claim is £1500+) if I've already paid £120 court fees? And will I get it back?

 

Thank you.:)

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thank you, but do I get this money back from barclays?

 

Whilst you're there, can you please advise me on the wording I should use for;

"include a request for the Judge to order a form of 'basic' disclosure from the bank"

on my allocation questionnaire?

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Yes you get the money back from Barclays just add it to your final settlement figure

Have a read here http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/11644-allocation-questionnaires-guide-completion.html

for help in filling out the AQ

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"We recommend that include a request for the Judge to order a form of 'basic' disclosure from the bank."

This is what is written on the template for completing "other info" on the allocation questionnaire.

Can anyone help me with the correct wording for this please?

Thank you.:)

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i have just sent you a link to help with the completion of the AQ on your other thread ....... please just stick to 1 .....

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thank you, but I have looked on the guide to completing the questionnaire and the only thing it says is;

 

We recommend that include a request for the Judge to order a form of 'basic' disclosure from the bank.

I just need help with the wording of this please.:)

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Thank you! I thought I needed to write a request in this section AND attach that draft, sorry it's me wanting to get this absolutely right!

 

Thank you, info was very helpful;-)

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Hi Everyone!

I am at the court stage with my claim,

 

I entered my allocation questionnaire & paid £100 a few weeks ago and since then I have received a letter saying that before the hearing was bought before Judge "Bloggs" in my local court, Barclays had (7 days) until yesterday to enter their allocation questionnaire.

 

(Sorry, I am at work and don't have the letters with me for exact wording)!

 

I haven't heard a thing, what should I do?

Haven't been given a court date, haven't sent in bundle, or been asked to!

 

I did submit a full allocation qu. with all the suggestions and add ons suggested in FAQs. I also included the list of charges made when I filed my claim at court.

 

I'M WORRIED THAT I HAVE FORGOTTEN SOMETHING OR SHOULD BE DOING SOMETHING TO GET THINGS MOVING??!:(

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Also if there is anyone out there that could put all my mini threads onto 1 thread that would be great, I'm rubbish on the pc, been doing this claim forever! Thank you, I'm nearly there phew!

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Hi Cluedup,

 

Barclays may send in their AQ late and STILL get it accepted. Maybe wait till next week then speak again to the Court.

 

It's then up to the judge to reconsider in light of B's failure to comply but you could ask for their Defence to be struck out.

 

Wait first though to see if the B's AQ gets filed.

 

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Ring court for guidance when you get 2 mins...

 

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NatWest Claimed £1,639. Accepted £1,344.

Natwest Paid me again as GOGW £1,656. Yes they can have it back if they say please.

Barclays 1 Claimed £1,260. Won by default. Paid in full

Barclays 2 Claimed £2,378. Won by default. Paid in full

Birmingham Midshires. Claimed £2,122. Accepted £2,075.

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Thanks Guys,

was good advice to ring the court they told me all I need to know!

 

Lady said that Barclays entered AQ on 17th July and now I have a court date of 27th August @ 2pm (how exciting!)Says letter went out 2nd class, so now I wait for instructions.

 

I guess I should send in my court bundle as soon as I receive the letter, try to speed things up (Oh sorry I forgot I'm dealing with the SLOW BANK)!

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11 threads merged, pls stay on one thread per claim, it helps keeping track. :-)

 

Wait and see until what the court directions are before sending your bundle, you never know. ;-)

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