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Lowell/Bryan Carter sols and mediation service at county court

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Hello

 

Just some advice please. A friend has a debt with Lloyds who have passed the collection to Bryan Carter solicitors. she has received papers from her local county court to take part in a mediation (?) telephone call in connection with the debt.

 

Is this a new procedure through the county court? What happens if she chooses not to take part? Is this just a form of intimidation. The debt is approx 4K - she has asked for copy agreement etc from Bryan Carter and Lloyds - but no response.

 

Your views would be most appreciated.

 

Thanks

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OK there is a lot missing here.

 

For mediation to be at play there are several steps that have to occur first.

 

1) N1 Claim form recieved

2) Directions Questionnaire

 

Without the details as in other threads, advice may be hard to come by


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