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Restons / Cabot claim SB defence : Now stayed

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Hi guys, I have been following similar threads on this forum and have found much useful information regarding defending a claim from Restons and Cabot Financial vs myself

 

I had an old CC account which is most definitely Statute bared and used this as my defence when Restons entered a claim via Northampton County Court Business Centre. (Although they claim that I had made 2 x payments of £3.15 both on the same day in April 2013) !!! A typical Restons stunt from reading similar threads!..

 

It has now passed the 28 day stage since they were informed of my SB defence and I have phoned the courts to confirm that the claim is now stayed which it is.

 

Obviously I would like to put this matter to bed at the earliest opportunity. My question is.. Do I just leave it as is with the prospect of Restons dragging it back up in the future or do I apply to have the case struck out with form N244 and pay the £100 fee.

 

Your help on this matter would be much appreciated.

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Well if you do make an application for a strikeout and you succeed, then I would have thought that you should ask for your costs of the application and they will be granted to you without any problem.

 

However, I would suggest that you wait for a while – the longer the better.

 

If you asked for a strikeout now, then it might energise the other side into some kind of reaction or challenge. Unless you have a physically good reason, I would let it go on until it's very clear that the whole thing is stale. Then ask for a strikeout. You should then find that the strikeout will be given with the minimum of fuss.


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Leave be IMHO


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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if they think they have a chance they might well apply to lift with app'n for judgment. a ploy seemingly being used, ie let it stay, then lift, with costs.

but, if def barred then they shldn't have a chance.


IMO

:-):rant:

 

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