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Can you claim costs if claimant discontinues?


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Is it possible to claim costs for admin, time, reproduction of financial records and data requests if discontinued before allocation to SCC?

 

 

Also would no contact prior to starting the claimi relating to a claimed debt almost 6 years ago,

refusing to engage post claiming,

and refusing to say what the debt was for

count as unreasonable behaviour?

 

 

I literally just got a value and no other particulars of claim and

 

 

they refused all corrospondence and lied to the insurance company saying it was a separate claim.

 

 

They withdrew when they saw my defence saying that the only contact I had with them was via my insurance company during an insurance claim

and that I had requested all paperwork which should be available prior to court.

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I think you can only claim costs in a Small claims if the other party has been unreasonable.

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Wasted costs & CPR 38 applies to Fast Track cases only.......

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Thank you, I think it's a none starter. I thought there may be a case due to unreasonable behaviour and or because they discontinued before allocation therefore not SCT as prior to allocation. Just not sure what they would use as a requirement for unreasonable behaviourc

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