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Received letter from Lowell today enclosing a copy of directors questionnaire which they have sent to the court. Their letter says they have agreed to mediation in their directors questionnaire

It says if I agree to mediation I am to tick yes in my own directors questionnaire - I’m guessing I receive this from courts?

Or I can contact Lowell to settle!

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Why?

Get reading other threads

 

Doesn't mean they've sent the court it.....

 

So you now have all the docs from cca/CPR requests then too:madgrin:

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Letter received from court today:

 

notice of proposed allocation to the small claim track

 

1. This is now a defended claim

the defendant has filed a defence

 

2. It appears that this case is suitable for allocation to the small claims track

 

if you believe that this track is not the appropriate track for the claim you must complete box c1 on the small claims directions questionnaire and explain why

 

3. You must by 8 February complete the small claims directions questionnaire form n180 and file it with the court office.

 

enclosed then is a directions questionnaire with a piece of paper also enclosed about mediation service

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always yes

must be seen to allow them time.

even right upto the actual Mediation phonecall. itself. then you say no if you've got nowt back to make an informed decision.

yes to Mediation

1 wit you

the rest is obv

 

3 copies

1 to the court

1 to the sols [minus email/sig/phone]

1 for your file.

 

should have been reading up in the waiting period.

on nearly every claimform thread here already.

 

dx

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Yes I’ve been trying to read up when I can snatch some time. Thought this would come through post & it would try to go the mediation route.

So photocopy before I sign for the solicitors copy?

Do I complete the local court box? (Really don’t want it going to court)

 

I agree to mediation. You say I can not agree closer to the time if no copy of agreement received?

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further blanks are on the .gov court site or in the legal section of our library.

 

you agree to mediation until the actual day it happens

they will call and ask the same three questions before it starts

if to that time you still have not received the required information to enable you to make informed decisions, then you say NO to that question.

 

doesn't mean it going to court...if lowells have nothing then odds on they wil let it get stayed or discontinue.

 

see the successes forum off this one.

 

dx

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well done

 

thread tidied of 24 unnecessary previous post quotes

no need to keep hitting reply with quote just type..

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Received email today regarding mediation & to complete agreement to 3 statements.

So I’ll respond agreeing to mediation

No to all documents received as still not received copy of agreement or statement? - do I state this in the No box?

 

Do they tend to still proceed to court in these circumstances as don’t want it to go to local court etc?!

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If mediation fails..and it will judging from you last responses...and you have submitted your DQ then of course it will proceed to trial.....Notice of Allocation next on your list to deal with this will contain the courts directions of what you must do next to prepare and by what date.

 

Andy

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