not a letter of claim
safe to ignore
there are 1000's of threads in this same forum yours is in.
suggest you use the time between hamster bedding to get upto speed.
ipc is run by the same 2 wonderful solicitors from gladstones
Thank you BankFodder, this is such a great community on here!
I am pleased to read this, as the 28 day lurking over me has been causing a lot of anxiety!
Nobody is trying to trick your parents. On the basis of what you have said, you bought the house quite legitimately a long time ago and it's a bit of a mystery as to why your parents are becoming concerned about it all now. As I have already said, if there is any issue about money that you owe then this is a separate matter and you should deal with that separately but it has nothing to do with the house as far as I can see.
If only I could make them understand this. My parents are very much of the ‘world is against us’ mindset and I know this because I used to be in then circle and the same. My mum has made comments about how I have changed, and this is probably a lot to do with it. I am no longer their child who they can control and ask them which decision I should make, there is probably an element of this in there.
One thing which has just come to mind, about two months ago my parents had a break in at their home. Lived there over 40 years and nothing ever like this. It makes me think has this triggered something 😕
I had a google on adding someone to a deed, as my dad has said yesterday, but it ultimately gives them a level of control and makes no sense!
ive tried to find example of the tried and tested but cant find anything through the stickies?
as per the claim form it advises i should respond to each allegation, so I have amended to make this less specific -
In respect to paragraph 1, the defendant does not admit the allegation because
a. The claimant has been unable to provide the original creditor default notice
b. The claimant has been unable to provide a complete set of original statements detailing exactly how the debt has accrued
In respect to paragraph 2, the defendant admits the allegation.
In respect to paragraph 3, the defendant does not admit the allegations because:
a. The claimant has not provided the original creditor default notice.
In respect to paragraph 4, the defendant admits the allegation.
In respect to paragraph 5, the defendant admits the allegation.
In respect to paragraph 6, the defendant admits the allegation.