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I thought I would spread this great piece of news.

 

At appeal it was ruled that a claimant who was not registered with the FCA could not bring a county court claim.

 

Now I have no idea what this means for people who already have CCJ's issued to these unlicensed claimants but it may be a ray of hope

I also don't know what the legal arguments were - I guess the solicitor advocate involved will keep those to herself for now 


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I don't know who the unlicensed claimant was but I do know there are at least two out there who are unlicensed. 

 

I know this has been a discussion before about unlicensed debt purchasers but maybe it has now been decided.


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Interesting, especially if they are Debt Purchasers.  Hopefully details will be out there soon.


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There are some details out there on Twitter and LinkedIn as well as another forum. It is not the Phelan case which debt purchasers have been touting as a loss for the unlicensed argument. This was a different case with, I think a reserved judgement that was handed down this week. It is certainly going to be an interesting time; I do wonder if the debt purchaser will appeal to a higher court - we will have to wait and see


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Hi Fletch how are you\

 

Are you looking for section 40 of the CCA mate or the amendments in the 2006 section25,

 

I don't think they were repealed by the  FCA.

 

Sorry if I have the wrong end, been a long day


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Hi Dodge

 

I was reading from a post made by a leading solicitor advocate on another forum as well as twitter and Linkedin 

 

You know how it is, I can't put a link to it - all I know is that in an appeal they won on the basis the claimant could not rely on using an authorised representative; they themselves had to be authorised. 

 

Of course the debt purchase industry will be very quiet about it 


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Wonder if it could apply to private parking cowboys and their invoices if it is confirmed in a higher court?


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10 hours ago, fletch70 said:

Hi Dodge

 

I was reading from a post made by a leading solicitor advocate on another forum as well as twitter and Linkedin 

 

You know how it is, I can't put a link to it - all I know is that in an appeal they won on the basis the claimant could not rely on using an authorised representative; they themselves had to be authorised. 

 

Of course the debt purchase industry will be very quiet about it 

You couldn't email me, could you? Be interested to read it. please


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