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It will be the scanning quality.

 

Their letter has a printed signature on, not an original signature.

 

There is nothing that contains my signature, so if you look at the credit agreement which does look like a copy, the only input on there is the date of November 2011, it doesn't contain my signature anywhere on any of the paperwork that they have supplied.

 

Attached are photos of the documents that they sent me - ignore the black mark on the agreement, this was where I went through the personal info with a marker pen

 

 

 

docs2.pdf

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And you state you applied for this credit agreement on line ....and yet the agreement states the agreement is none cancellable you have no rights to cancel the agreement...mmm?


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Does that mean I need to add something into my defence, or is it a completely different approach now?

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A regulated agreement is not properly executed unless

  • A document in the prescribed form, itself containing all the prescribed terms and conforming to regulations under section 60(1) is signed in the prescribed manner both by the debtor or hirer and by or on behalf of the creditor or owner; and
  • The document embodies all the terms of the agreement, other than implied terms; and
  • The document is, when presented or sent to the debtor or hirer for signature, in such a state that all its terms are readily legible.

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1974/39/part/V/crossheading/cancellation-of-certain-agreements-within-coolingoff-period


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ok thank you.

 

Do I add those lines above to my defence as well or do I just use those lines above in my defence?

 

Sorry, this is all going waaayyy over my head now!

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No...retain it for your statement should it proceed...simply add after your comment re section 78 and that they complied, that the purported agreement is lacking all the prescribed terms and therefore unenforceable...then let them try to decide in what way.


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Check post #41 now I have added it to the defence.


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Amazing thanks so much :-)

 

Am I good to go and post up #41 onto the online website to submit my defence now please?

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Yes providing your happy with the contents.


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Fab thanks, all done and submitted - now let's see what happens :-)

 

Thanks for all your help so far,  I will  donate to the site - thanks again!

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Just to update you.........I have now received a letter from the Courts, to say that they have received my defence and that a copy is being served on the Claimant.

 

Now I just sit and wait for next steps :-)

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what else does the letter tell you...

 

dx

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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so what does the 2nd  Paragraph say....


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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im not asking to see it

I know what it says

you need to READ  and UNDERSTAND  IT..

 

dx

 


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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As an update, I have now received the attached N180 form as an offer of mediation - this is the first time I have ever seen a form like this so I have been having a quick read on the site and will have more of an in-depth read over the weekend and see what I need to do.

 

If anyone could give me any pointers, would really appreciate it and this is alien to me so I now need to do some homework :-)

Mediation Letter Nov 2019.pdf

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oh wow thanks, is it really that simple at the moment :-)

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I have now received the relevant forms "notice of proposed allocation to the small claims track" Form N149A

 

I just have a few questions please:

  • Do you agree to this case being referred to to the small claims mediation services - yes 
  • Add contact details - yes 
  • Do you agree that the small claims track is the appropriate track for his case - yes 
  • Enter local County Court venue - yes 
  • Are you asking for the Court's permission to use the written evidence of an expert - do I answer yes or no here please?
  • Witnesses - I assume just myself?
  • Would I like to settle your case without going to a court hearing - I assume yes?
  • I can confirm that I have enough information about the claim, to allow me to enter into negotiations - I assume yes?

Would someone be kind enough to point me in the direction of another case similar to this please so I can have a good read and make sure I am doing this right?  Would really appreciate it, thanks :-) 

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Okay N180

 

A = yes ...dont worry its not an admittance and most probably wont even happen but all parties are expected to participate.

 

B = Self explanatory

 

C = Yes

 

D = D1 =At your local court you are the litigant defendant

D2 = No

D3 = 1

D4 =Self explanatory

 

Copy to court/claimant and one for your file.

 

 


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