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UKCPM/Gladstones MNPR PCN claimform - operator pictures - 93-101 GREENFIELD ROAD LONDON E1 1EJ - ignored everything to date - *** Claim Dismissed***

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I think it would be better to start a new thread for your friend and post up the questions and your answers from the forum sticky please. His case won't be exactly like yours, with the best will in the world.



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you can ask to be his lay rep and it wold be unusual for that to be refused.

Now you need to quote form your case so I ask is it the same court? if so then should be a walkover

The only fly in the ointment is relying on what he has already submtted as evidence and where that mismatches your case as trying to show something new may well not be allowed but i suspect if it is the same players on the other side they may well not want to play the game anyway as they risk getting a proper slap from the judge


make sure you force the point you are there as a lay rep and not a Mckenzie Friend as there is a big difference and I have come across judges that dont know what the difference is- you ability to speak adn questionthe other side being the importnat ones

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Hi guys,,

case won!!!!! and my mate was awarded the cost schedule, it was simple one, the claimant  had failed by their own witness statement as they quoted signs and contact were enforced 6 months after the incident. It was a Judge sitting at Clarkenwell and Shorditch county court (can't remember his name). 


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Great result, perhaps Judges and the Courts are becoming aware of dodgy PPC shenanigans.  Hopefully more will cotton on to the blatant abuse of process by these PPC's.

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