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dx100uk yes that is correct...N125

 

Sorry I didn't specify...It's with the court costs added that brings it to over £3000.

 

I did receive a claim pack..I was late on opening it. With it being a Saturday  I lodged my dispute online with the generic statue barred comments and phoned the court on the Monday.. thankfully they have took my dispute as priority as shoosmiths had not lodged a default decree yet. Court says keep a better eye on your post and look out for your court date.

This is what I am looking to get prepared with.

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 yes that is correct...N125

 

Sorry I didn't specify...It's with the court costs added that brings it to over £3000.

 


So is it Small Claims or a Civil Bill  what have they expressed ?

 

Small claims

In general a small claim is one where the value to be claimed is not more than £3,000 and which does not relate to personal injuries, road traffic accidents, libel or slander, title to land, legacy or annuity or any property of a marriage.

If the total sum at issue between the same parties exceeds £3,000, the claimant must either:

  • proceed by abandoning any amount due over £3,000 (this will be expressly noted)
  • issue a civil bill in the County Court for a full hearing (up to £30,000)

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Definitely small claims.

 

I have printed off CCA request and DSAR and will be posting a CCA and DSAR to arrow and a DSAR to MBNA first thing tommorrow.

 

I can't see the DSAR being returned by the court date tho as I believe it all moves quite fast over here.

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Thanks for the continued help.

 

In regards to sending a DSAR to Arrow.  I believe that a DSAR should be signed.  Should i be sending Arrow anything with my signature on it?

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I have issues about sending any DCA your signature

however in this case as its statute barred it does really matter

if you click SAR

and read all the posts there

I would include a CTAX copy

you only have to prove who/where you are today 


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I never actually sign anything. No legal reason why you must or should, its just a convention. No point giving them any ammo to fire back at you.

 You could put some XXXXs if you like, it wouldn't make a scrap of difference. 🤣

 

I just end a letter:

 

yours, blah.

 

 

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(Note gap where you would sign a letter normally)

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I would send any letters you send "Signed For" posted at the Post Office at least and keep the receipt and tracking number very safe.

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