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Hi Lets not start that again.    

I've been on a full on building project and my second week of a migraine attack so lets just cut a bit of slack.  

I'll see if I can read again over the weekend.  

 

Remember this whole thing has been very stressful & depressing for the whole family & it was good not having to constantly worry about it for a few weeks.

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We'll have a look at the letter and get back to you very soon. However don't worry about GDPR. It doesn't affect you. It only affects companies which collect data as part of their business. However, i

Possible particulars of claim:     Obviously there are things you may want to add or correct, but this is broadly speaking the kind of brevity you are looking for. Although it's early

Absolutely. The car had to be returned to them because of their own breach of contract. It's outrageous that they wanted you to pay for it – and it's outrageous that they tend to include a term of the

No Need to do anything yet until the court advise they have submitted a defence.....then the claim will move to the next stage (Allocation) which will advise you what happens next and by what date.

 

keep checking the status though nearer their defence due date....if they don't file defence you can request judgment on day 33.

 

Andy

 

 

 

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No that's fine for the moment.

Please will you take a copy of the above PDF in Microsoft Word format – or some other word processor format and then tabulate it into two columns.

In the left-hand column arrange the defence in paragraphs – one paragraph per row. In the right-hand column, please will you put your comments so that we can see what your responses are to each one of the points which have been made in the defence.

Take your time over this. There's no hurry – sometime next week would be great.

I don't see any problem going to mediation. It probably won't produce anything – but it won't hurt you

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In that case you should consider buying a new scanner. You can buy them very cheaply for about 70 quid from Currys or John Lewis. You have it for years and it will help us and you will be able to get greater benefit from the free help and advice you are getting here.

Much cheaper than paying several hundred quid per hour for a firm of solicitors who will only do a half-hearted job for you anyway

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open the pdf in word itself

then you can insert  a 2 column table to put each defence sentence into a box with a blank at its side.

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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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Here's a converted file for you to get started with.

You have to go through and correct any typos because the conversion from PDF is not completely accurate

Avon Defence 2021-Apr-22 copy (1).docx

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Apologies.... battling with painful migraines for the last month and missed the deadline for the "small claims Directions Form"  and file it with the court [County Curt Business Centre - Northampton] by Thursday 6th May. As Monday is a Bank Holiday, when the latest I can Post this?  First Classic / Next day Delivery??

 

Also the defendant has requested mediation which didn't work when I tried it with him directly before.  I assume that the Court maybe take a dim view if I choose not to do this and go to court?   The car was clearly demonstrating a problem so its only me that stands to lose via mediation!! [see form Attached]

 

And, do I need to submit anything else with the form?  I had submitted my claim particulars originally and they submitted their defence.  Do I submit my response or that is part of the evidence that gets dealt with at the hearing?

 

Plus in their form, they put the court as Warwickshire when I'm in Winchester.  I thought I read a while back that the Claimant has the benefit of choosing the court location.

 

Please note section D2 of their attached form

 

Regards

 

MCOL Avon Car Sales DQ 2021-Apr-27.pdf

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I'm sorry about migraines – I'm sure it's very difficult – but you must not miss deadlines. Although it may not damage your position – you never know. It doesn't look good. If you haven't sent it off already then you should have sent it off now and not be asking us.

The tendency now is to go to mediation – so go for the mediation. You never know what you might learn.

When you get mediation date then let us know. Just submit the DQ – you don't need to do anything else. Don't hang around.

In terms of the court – of course they will choose their own local court. On the DQ you must indicate that you want it at your local court because they are a business and you are a litigant in person.
In all likelihood the case will be allocated to your local court. However if you miss deadlines, then you create risk for yourself.

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You could email to Northampton and follow up with a hard copy......

 

complete it on your device.

 

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