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so reading up I see they are doing this quite often.


Opening a case, once you do a CCA request

letting it be stayed

then contacting a year or so later saying they've now got the paperwork without supplying it to you and then applying for lift of stay+summary judgement.


I was able to get the money together to pay it off this time,

do I need to do anything now?

Guessing I no longer have to goto court as the matter is settled in full is it worth emailing them for confirmation ?

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Guessing I no longer have to go to court as the matter is settled in full is it worth emailing them for confirmation?


I would given that your post contains very little detail as to when the claim was made when the application was made and what date the hearing take place.


Have you had notification from the court that the hearing has been vacated? Conformation of payment and receipt ?  



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I've just paid up as it was about 3 weeks before the hearing.


I've got confirmation of payment via email, and on their own portal, it shows as balance remaining zero.


You'd hope they'd get there act together and vacate the hearing at this point as otherwise they either waste everyone's time including their own. Or they don't turn up but waste the court's and my time and I cant imagine the court will take too kindly to that.

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Just let them!


If I pay up Im doing it on the day of the hearing, the court told me I have until the hearing to pay without further costs.


Its harsh we have to the £150 court and solicitor fee when there wasnt even a hearing.

They told me thats payable as a claim was issued, if it went to the full hearing and I lose the fees would be £950.


I tried to negotiate a lower amount but they wouldn't have any of it.

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