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CEL ANPR PCN Claimform - Overstay - Portwood Court in Stockport

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Yikes, we're having a baby in Feb so hope they do drop it. When will I know if CEL plan to go ahead?

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Keep watching on MCOL.

 

You'll see defence sent to them.

Next step is directions questionnaire.

 

CEL will send theirs back to the court and sometimes a copy to you.

Court will send one to you.

 

You fill it in and send it back (this is your chance to give them unavailable dates and request your local court).

 

At this point MCOL stops working.

Local court sets date and tells you what each party has to do by when.

This is usually witness statement & evidence bundle exchange 14 days before court date.

 

There are a few places that they can drop out.

They may not return the DQ,

they may not send a WS,

they may not turn up.

 

If your defence has encouraged them to proceed, as long as your witness statement is a lot better, they may well just no-show on the day which leaves you holding all the cards.

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they've gotta pay the hearing fee too.

just dont blink 1st!!

 

do nothing unless you check here 1st  on everything you think you might be tempted to do or need too.

 

 

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when you get the allocation questionnaire from the courts service you just put the relevant dates of your confiement  in the box where it says to list dates you arent avauilable. Simples.

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Hi All, thanks for all the support so far. Let's hope they throw in the towel but if not I'll make sure to complete everything as soon as I get it. I'll keep you all posted.

 

(It's a shame there's no tally system on here that keeps count of how many fought cases are won and lost.)

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Sadly people don't always come back and let us know. Quite often they get the advice then disappear. Keeping us updated helps everyone else because then if a PPC is changing tack we get to be able to alter our advice to keep pace with them.

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We do have the PPC sucesses thread though.

 

HB

 


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True HB, but unfortunately that's missing quite a few.

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Anyone can put a link in that thread, Mrs O'F. If you spot any that aren't on there, you'd be welcome to add them. :)

 

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Hi all, I've just received a court letter confirming that the case has been allocated to the small claims track. I will complete and send back tomorrow and will decline the offer of mediation as I believe I should.

 

Cheers

 

Nick

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correct. now keep an eye on the clock to see if CEL pay the allocation fee. If they dont you can ask for the claim to be binned

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@ericsbrother, thanks for your reply. Isn't the allocation fee free because the claim is under £1500?

Sorry, I haven't had my morning coffee yet.

MCOL doesn't seem to tell me much information about the progress of this case.

Do I just keep logging in and it will eventually update?

 

Ah, it looks like they will have to pay a hearing fee of £25 before going to court.

 

According to what I've read, they have a time limit to pay the fee (14 days of hearing notice).

Failure to do so will result in the claim being struck out.

So will I find out if the case is struck out by logging into MCOL?

 

Will MCOL tell me if the fee has been paid or will I only find that out when the court posts out a letter inviting me to attend court on a certain date?

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MCOL finishes once you have submitted a Directions Questionnaire...the claim is transferred to your local county court.

 

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Ah, well that's rubbish but I guess they government doesn't have enough money to make a better IT system. So everything moving forwards relies on good old fashioned paperwork and phone calls.

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Not really....do you not want the claim transferred to your local county court...or prefer to go to Northampton to deal with this ?


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Sorry, yes. What I meant was that the various courts could be linked into MCOL so we can continue interacting on that system.

 

just to understand what happens next.

The court will post a hearing date to both of us.

 

The Claimant then has 14 days to pay the hearing fee. If they don't I assume the court will post letters confirming the case has been struck out.

 

If no letter is received then I should assume the fee has been paid and turn up at the court on the day.

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Next stage of proceeding is that you will receive a notice of Allocation N157...this informs you of the hearing date and the date the claimant must pay the hearing fee and the courts directions that both parties must do in preparation for the hearing IE submit/serve  witness statements and evidence by date.

 

There really is nothing further to interact with MCOL once it has been transferred to your local county court and you have received your Notice of Allocation...all the information is contained within the N157 and everything is dealt with by your local county court.


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can I confirm, as you seem to be not quite understanding things, that you sent a copy of your N180 to CEL too? [minus phone/email/sig]?


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Hi, I did send them a copy by recorded mail. 😁

 

Thanks for explaining the process. I'll now sit back and wait.

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might be best to get reading up ON CAG

you seem to be getting mighty confused about numerous things from day one.

so stick to CAG eh?


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Hi dx100uk, I sent them a copy of the N180 form to the Claimant. It was a photocopy so included a signature because it does say on the form that it must be signed. Does this in some way weaken my position?

 

You're right! I am very confused by this whole saga but I think I've now just got to wait until I get a letter telling me the hearing date. From what I've read I'll probably have a few months to prepare and might even find that they drop the case altogether.

 

I can honestly understand why people cave in and pay these evil charges because fighting them is really stressful. Obviously I've gone this far and allowed the claim amount to escalate too much to back away now.

 

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well I must be honest and say very few people do have issues NS.

 

anyway you got there N157 next


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CEL have trouble with signatures of retired and disbarred solicitors appearing on their documents. they aslo confuse thier boss with the chairman of the CoOP and soemtimes sign of witmess statements that purportedly belong to the other side as well as their own WS.

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