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Request prelim in my AQ?


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Why? You'd need a good reason to make a request like that in a small claims case - its all about keeping costs to a minimum and proportionality, etc.

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As far as im aware if there is a prelim the banks usualy fold at this point. This would in turn decrease the courts workload because they would get rid of cases sooner. I thought if i mentioned this in my AQ the judge might have one, thus bringing this to and end sooner.

 

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In the eyes of the court, I very much doubt thats a valid justification for requesting a prelim hearing.

 

Besides, a prelim hearing won't necessarily be any sooner than the final hearing would be anyway.

 

If you want to try and get it over with ASAP, try requesting on the AQ that the judge orders documents to be exchanged within 28 days of the directions order. You could propose directions such as those discussed in this thread - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/53570-new-strategy-allocation-questionaires.html

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