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I am putting the date I send items in on the draft paper

 

Still no idea after looking thorough posts what attatchemnts are to send to bank solicitors?

 

Do I send the items in or take them in?

 

Would appreciate answers if anyone can answer them for me by Tuesday afternoon

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What date do I put in under 3. on Draft Order?

 

Should I take items to court?

 

What do I send to Lloyds Tsb solicitors? do I send them copies of everything I am sending court?

 

WOULD REALLY APPREcIATE A RESPONSE

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Laura

The date is the date of your claim submission. ie; if you take it today, then today's date.

I am not an expert on what items to take to court, but I suggest you just take 3 copies of your expenses schedule and particulars of claim to the court, and ask them once your there if you should also send a copy to the defendant's solicitors ?

The court are impartial, so although they will not give you advise on the details of your claim, they will direct you on procedure rules. It is to their benefit also to make matters run smoothly.


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Thanks I better go to court today as your reply does not address what I want, under number 3 of the draft general form for judgement I have been unable to see any details on the site as to how to fill it in, so I have done what I think fit but it states "Defendant to pay £xxxxx, to claimant by 4pm on xxxx it`s this that I don`t understand do I put a date in there or do I leave it blank? as I have no idea what date would go in there I don`t know how long the bank get to pay up I have read no details on the site of this

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Well I went to my local County Court what an ordeal the clerk said there was no such thing as "Wasted Costs" she said any costs I wanted should have gone on the original claim, I tried to explain that I couldn`t claim till after the case as I had to wait and see if LLoyds Tsb intended coming to court, she then said "Well you haven`t turned up either have you" I said I hadn`t but only because they had settled and the letter and documents I had brought with me explained this

 

She went to see someone higher up who also said I had received the charges back so that was the end of the matter

 

I asked if she could let someone see my paperwork who understood things she said she would show them a particular Judge who dealt with Banking but she said I had no chance of asking for things once the case had settled she said I had amples of time to have done this before they settled, I left bewildered and she could not tell me if the draft order was correct she said "I`m no expert" at which I replied "Neither am I" she said "Who as given you all the information and told you that you can claim even more money, I said "The web site on my stickers" she said "We have no knowledge of the internet"

 

so I have come away feeling a bit stupid really as I could not argue points when she clearly had no idea what this claim is

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Received this today, would apppreciate advice please at what will happen next if anyone knows.

Dear Sir Madam

I referred your letter dated 21st May to the District Judge who comments as follows: If the claimant wishes to claim costs he should attend the hearing and make his claim. He should send copies of his application to the defendant in advance of the hearing

 

Will the LLoyds Tsb know about this hearing or only if I let them know, what will I have to do apart from send the paper work? and should I send the paper work to their solicitors or the bank?

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Hi Laura

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I really wish i could help with all your questions, but i am not really in the position to offer advice in regards to this as i have only just recieved form N244 from the court, in which to apply for a wasted costs order.

My court have told me that a hearing will be required and as yet i havent really made a decision as to wether to go through with it. I want to out of 'principle', but not sure i can be doing with the added hassle at the moment.

Keep an eye on GaryH thread. He has his wasted costs hearing soon and will therefore be able to better advise.

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I have no N244 form just went to Court with what they advised on the forum left papers with the Court then received a letter telling me to appear at Court on August 20th if i wish to apply for costs, I too want to know what to do next and what to write to the Bank or their solicitors

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Went to court on Monday for the wasted costs orders met up with a lot of others doing their bank claims solicitiors representing HSBC & Abbey were trying to put a stay on the cases there to see what the outcome is going to be of a "Test Case" so looks as if banks are fighting back several people had not even turned up so had been frightened off, it is a daunting experience, I advised a couple of people who were there and told them not to accept a stay due to the stress they had already been under, one lady I advised was taken into a back room the Abbey settled their and then after a phone call

 

HSBC had not sent in the court bundle on another case so the woman won that

 

Anyway my claim for wasted costs was £340 the judge said he was fed up of LLoyds TSB in particular wasting peoples time he said he was disgusted to hear that we`d had no response to the letter to tell them we were applying at court for wasted costs he said unfortunately he could not award more than a 3rd due to rules so awarded us £130 he was very nice and kept us no more than 2 minutes

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Well GuidoT would never have done it without you so many thanks;)

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Well done Laura !!

 

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Well the deadline for Lloyds Tsb to pay my son his wasted costs came on 3rd September I rang the court and told them son had not had the money go into his account they told me to ring Sechiari Clark & Mitchell and to tell them they were to pay immediately or enforcement proceedings would be taken, I didn`t ring them I sent them recorded delivery letter telling them failure to pay the costs "Forthwith" would result in enforcement proceedings, they would have got the letter on the 10th September on the 12th September the £130 wasted costs amount was credited to sons account so that concludes our state of affairs with the bank charges, thanks once again for help and advice given by the members on here

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