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Hi All,


Just like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy Bank Charge Reclaiming 2007 New Year. :D


Newbie to the site and just starting on the long road to take on the Abbey for over £5K.


Need some advice to start though.


With the amount being over the £5k it is too high for the small claims, is it possible to split it into 2 parts as the account was in joints names. Thus me claiming half and my wife claiming half via small claims. :confused:





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£5k should be the limit but i belive the rules can bebent a bit. It would be for the judge to decide i think.


As far as splitting it goes, you could do 2 claims, one for 2000- 2003 and the other for 2004- 2006...


Good luck

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Hi Steve.


I would suggest that you split the claim but do not put both claims through at the same time. Get settlement on one first, then start the second claim.


That way there is no possibility of the judge seeing the financial connection between the two claims and lumping them both together.


Regards, Rooster.

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