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Thanks, the agreement doesn't state anything other than my name and address and a date of Sig.. it doesn't detail of the amount of credit provided nor how many repayments to pay ect.. I could download a copy of the exact and edit the details over or am I over thinking? 🤣

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On 24/11/2020 at 09:21, lee19921992 said:

this is what i received thanks

 

CCA return.pdf 759.34 kB · 0 downloads

 

you mean^^^^

 

 

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

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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5 minutes ago, lee19921992 said:

Thanks, the agreement doesn't state anything other than my name and address and a date of Sig.. it doesn't detail of the amount of credit provided nor how many repayments to pay ect.. I could download a copy of the exact and edit the details over or am I over thinking? 🤣

 

A reconstituted version never does...its a generic copy of the overall lending for fixed amounts with APR,s and T&Cs etc

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Andy is that a good thing? If it went all the way would the copy they provided satisfy a judge?

 

DX, I don't know if it's my pdf but I have downloaded the above again and its all blank?

 

 

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Possibly so...but the more you can find and research to prove that it isn't an exact copy of your agreement the better.

 

I downloaded the copy from page 1...works fine.

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right, the true agreement should say, amount borrowed,  , schedule of repayments and if so how much.....which is not in the agreement uploaded prev.. ?

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In Carey & Others v HSBC Bank PLC & Others, His Honour Judge Waksman QC held:

 

·        Lenders can satisfy a s78 (and s77) request by providing a reconstituted version of the executed agreement, which may be reconstituted from sources other than the actual signed agreement. A copy of the original signed agreement itself does not have to be provided.

·        The copy provided must contain, amongst other things, the name and address of the debtor as at the date of the agreement.

·        The document need not comply (if signed) with the requirements of the Consumer Credit (Agreements) Regulations 1983 (CCAR) as to form, as at the date the agreement was made.

·        If an agreement has been varied, a (reconstituted) copy of the original agreement must be provided along with a (reconstituted) copy of the amended agreement.

·        A breach of s78 does not of itself give rise to an unfair relationship within the meaning of s140A CCA.

·        The court can exercise its discretion and make a declaration that there has been a breach of s78, depending upon the facts of the particular case. If the lender has admitted the breach in the proceedings, the court will not make such a declaration.

·        In determining whether the debtor has signed a document stated to contain the "prescribed terms", the court held that, for the purposes of s61 and of s127(3) CCA, the document need not be a single piece of paper. A physical connection between several pieces of paper is not necessary. Where the debtor's signature and the prescribed terms are on separate pieces of paper, the question of whether together they constitute one document is a question of substance, not form. Mere cross-reference to prescribed terms without a copy being supplied to the debtor at the time of signature would not suffice.

·        If the lender cannot establish, following a trial, that there was a document signed by the debtor containing the prescribed terms, that would not of itself entail an unfair relationship.

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Thanks.

 

so i clearly understand, they have complied with s78 in providing a reconstituted copy of the agreement...however they will need to show the true copy of the agreement in court and The document must include the credit limit, the interest rate and details of how and when a debtor is to discharge his payment obligations

 

the true copy must also have my signature also.

 

I'm trying my hardest to get my head around this so thanks for your patience.

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3 hours ago, lee19921992 said:

Thanks.

 

so i clearly understand, they have complied with s78 in providing a reconstituted copy of the agreement..correct .however they will need to show the true copy of the agreement in court Incorrect and The document must include the credit limit, the interest rate and details of how and when a debtor is to discharge his payment obligations. Only if the agreement has been varied which I assume your hasn't

 

the true copy must also have my signature also. They dont have to provide a true copy your agreement was post 2007 .....circ 2016

 

I'm trying my hardest to get my head around this so thanks for your patience.

 

 

Andy

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evening, received a reply from my request today from lantern, same copy of agreement and statement of account as prev.. looks like they have the notice of assignment and default...

12.10.2021.pdf

 

no mention of how much i actually borrowed on the CCA, no mention of repayments or how long this loan was to be paid back over. 

 

according to the CCA my assumed credit limit is £1200 and to be paid back over a 1 year period. yet they are claiming £264.00...The agreement is not my copy at all and the default notice looks edited, is it normal to send a default nearly 4 months after the initial default....

 

 

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