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    • Defendant details A defendant is the person or organisation that the claim will be issued against (i.e. the party who owes you the money). You should consider the following: a) Number of Defendants There can be up to two defendants for claims issued via MCOL – for claims against more than two defendants you should contact the County Court Money Claim Centre. If you want to issue a claim with two defendants you will need to click the ‘Add a 2nd defendant’ button.   Please note that each individual should be listed as a separate defendant. For example, if you were issuing a claim against a husband and wife, they need to be listed separately as the first and second defendant and not on one line as “Mr and Mrs”. b) Choosing the Defendant(s) Each defendant can be one person or an organisation (such as a limited company). Remember, amendments after issuing the claim can be time consuming and may incur additional fees, so you should consider carefully who is responsible for the debt when adding a defendant(s). Please note, court staff are not legally trained and therefore cannot tell you who the defendant(s) should be. If you are unsure who to claim against you should seek legal advice. You should make sure the information you provide is accurate and complete. For any individual defendants you should make sure that you include their forename and family name and that you have spelt their name correctly. For organisations, you should make sure you have the full, registered name of the company. Please be aware there may be several companies with similar names therefore if the name you provide is incorrect you could inadvertently issue a claim against the wrong company. Please be aware if you use the incorrect name it may not be possible to register judgments or take enforcement action at the later stages of the claim.   Providing a valid address for each Defendant You need to provide a full address within England and Wales for each defendant, including the post code. This is known as their service address. MCOL does not have jurisdiction outside England and Wales, claims issued to addresses outside England and Wales will be invalid.  if the defendant is an individual the claim must be served to their usual or last known residential address  if the defendant is an individual using a trading alias then the claim may be served to their usual or last known residential address or their place of business  if the defendant is an organisation then the claim may be served to their registered office or to the address where you have been dealing with them Further information on choosing the address for service correctly can be found in the Civil Procedure Rules 6.9. An online version of the Civil Procedure Rules can be found at: http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/.   Andy
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In January I stayed in Skiworld's premier catered chalet in Les Deux Alpes (Chamois Volante), which is a horror show. We're talking roof leaking snowmelt on to live electrical sockets and our fresh vegetables that the alcoholic hosts cooked for us whenever they got in from the pub. The hot tub stank like a sewer because they couldn't easily empty it, so they didn't bother. The food and service was rubbish - their staff kept quiting (wonder why). Beware Skiworld as their customer service was appalling even in response to a joint (more than half the chalet) complaint. Most of the time they are fine, but it's when things go wrong that a company shows its true colours and Skiworld simply didn't care about the health, safety and enjoyment of their customers.


After 28days we went to ABTA, who, after 35days told us they didn't care either - simply saying that Skiworld weren't shifting in their view on the subject, so we could use the small claims court or their badly reviewed, fee paying 'independent' arbitrator.  ABTA are a chocolate teapot - looks nice, but try using using it.  Nobody cares and Skiworld know it so they get away with providing extremely dangerous chalets to people.  We had numerous cases of food poisoning in our chalet including a gluten intolerant person who was knowingly given gluten which she reacted to, despite paying a premium for the gluten free option, which was woefully inadequate.  If the French system of reporting these matters wasn't so hard I would have their health and safety people on to it, but they are impossible to navigate.

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you have evidence of your claims?

call their bluff, your contract was with skiworld, not the chalet owner

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