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Can you post up the whole of the order please? Is it a preliminary hearing or the actual hearing of the case?

 

Why so late? Sorry, but I find it very hard to beleive that the court only notified you of this a couple of days ago.

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In that case you do not need the court bundle - thats only for the final hearing. This hearing is a preliminary hearing to decide upon the allocation of your claim, ie, which track it would be most suited to.

 

You will need to go to the court to argue that your claim should be allocated to the small claims track. Heres a post by zoot which summerises the points you need to make - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/barclays-bank/35043-ade-steph-jack-barclays-2.html#post436020

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Not your main evidance bundle, no, although it would certainly be advisable to be prepared to answer any questions the judge may ask you with regard to the basis of your claim.

 

You will need to argue that your case should be heard in the small claims track, as per the post I linked for you. If the judge decides the claim will go to the fast track anyway, its not the end of the world, in fact IMO the fast track has distinct advantages. The only disadvantage is that there is a theoretical costs risk, although in reality this risk is minute.

 

Turn up on time, call the judge sir/madam and be polite and concise. Argue the reasons your claim should be allocated to small claims. The worst that can happen is that the claim will go to fast track, so there is'nt any real pressure on you. Nothing can be 'won' or 'lost' at an allocation hearing. You'll be fine.

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WELL DONE!!!!!

 

When did you get the money? What time were you due in Couirt today?

FIRST DIRECT: £4751.86 SETTLED IN FULL 5/07/06 :-)

 

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I won, Lloyds TSB paided up. But I recieved no letter just payment straight into my account :D

 

Sounds about right cowards, they knew they would lose. :D

 

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I am out the door at this moment to see the Local Court regarding Judgement by default for the Non-compliance by MBNA, partial documentation recieved and of course my damages claim. The back home and working out the charges and starting the process for refund. of course without a proper credit agreement this is going to be even more fun for the Judge.

 

I am wiondering when the Judges will get so fed up with this and call the banks in for a serious heart to heart about wasiting the Courts time.

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Hi Everybody - I just started looking into my charges (since july02) they add up to over 2k - I delivered in my first letter (14/12/06) and have heard nothing yet but have noticed lloydstsb refunding charges they were to charge me today? Will keep you posted on outcomes as they happen.Ps Happy New Year

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CONGRATUALTIONS! :D :D :D :D

 

Another victory against Lloyds - excellent!

 

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I won, Lloyds TSB paided up. But I recieved no letter just payment straight into my account

 

Congratulations! Can I ask did you go to court or did they settle before you had to be there? Also did they close your account at all? I hear after settlement some banks are closing peoples accounts.

 

Also did you claim for every charge no matter how small?

 

Thanks & Happy new Year!

 

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Congratulations!!!:) Well done Alastair.

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adkchum, thats exactly what lloydstsb did a few days before my allocation hearing. I got a letter a few days after the court date saying their client had paid on the understanding it wasn't an admission of guilt.

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WELL DONE

 

I won too - they paid direct into my bank account - no letter ! Really rude and unprofessional but heh that means there are no conditions.

 

I would have turned up at court if I hadn't checked my bank account. So advice to everyone - check your accounts daily if you are due to go to court.

 

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I am due in court on the 23rd and my bundle deadline was the 18th december, SCM haven't sent me anything I sent a letter to the court asking for their defence to be struck out and sent a copy to SCM, I have spoken to SCM again today, they say they still have no directions from 'their client' so it's all still up in the air.

 

 

Congratulations on getting yours settled without the hassle!

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