Based on what I said yesterday ( above in last post) am I on safe ground to write to sols and tell them there is no claim based on the fact money has been paid / accepted before claim was sent to me by them?
Well done for sticking to your guns. You realise that their letter was designed todeflect you fro relaising that as they have agreed there was no case for you to answer, they breached your GDPR that in Court could lead to them being forced to pay you up to £500 .They will be bricking it that you don't come back at them. I wonder why they wrote to you when usually they just drop it and leave you in suspense.
I hope all are safe and well
I just received a letter from the court that the hearing will be listed for remote hearing (date to be fixed)
I had a search but couldn't find much which relates to my case type - sorry if i missed it
I have 14 days to confirm if I do not agree to a remote hearing
Also 14 days to agree if i waive the right to a remote hearing and let the judge determine the claim by way of a paperwork exercise
any advise - should i just let it run
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