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Motor Mart Ltd. returned Faulty Car Court Claim Issued


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21 hours ago, BreadAndButter said:

 History

You submitted a claim on 27/03/2024 at 14:23:56

Your claim was issued on 28/03/2024

A bar was put in place for Motormart Ltd. on 15/04/2024

Motormart Ltd. filed a defence on 15/04/2024 at 01:06:0

Motormart Ltd. filed an acknowledgment of service on 15/04/2024 at 01:06:07

DQ sent to Motormart Ltd. on 16/04/2024

Date of service of 11/04/2024 for Motormart Ltd. notified on 25/04/2024 at 17:39:23

DQ filed on 16/05/2024

Case Stay Lifted on 21/05/2024

General sanctions order was made on 21/05/2024

 

Do we know what the delay is? I have no options within MCOL

Strange that there is no entry re Claimants DQ ?

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I have a request judgement option do i press it?

 

Case Stay Lifted on 25/06/2024

The defence was struck out on 25/06/2024

The bar in place for Motormart Ltd. was removed on 25/06/2024

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Yes of course.

Don't hang around

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Well click it.  If it allows you to go ahead then do it.  If not then keep on trying at earliest opportunity 

 

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Sorry been a long day i dont want to mess it up it warns me 

14 days must have expired since the claim was served on the defendant(s) (the claim is considered served on the fifth day after it was issued) and a response has not been filed or served on you

this claim, is it my original poc which is dated 

28/03/2024
in which case its game on

I think im good to go as ive heard nothing and the fields give me the option to admit they haven't contacted me or paid 

Ok thats registered 

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you should give 19 days from the date on your claimform top right.

however, if MCOL is allowing it then good to go...even if you are 'wrong', it cant hurt you.

dx

 

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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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