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can anyone offer me any advice on what to do next?? SC&M had until 31 december to make an out of court settlment have heard nothing when i called they tell me they have had no instruction from their client, then they would write by the end of the month have heard nothing what should i do know will it go automatically to court now or do i have to fill out any more forms??

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Hi.

 

You need to go to the next stage now. The solicitors i assume are with Lloydstsb?. They will only pay out when you file your claim with the court.

They will also file a defense against your claim. When the court date is set, they normally settle. Follow the procedures on this site and you will get it back eventually.

 

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sorry didnt make myself clear the 31 dec was the date of extension granted to them to by the court so i dont understand why they havent replied?? should i do anything else the letter from the court says if an agreement has not been reached they can apply to extend the period or all parties must file a completed allocation questionnaire which i have already done do i need to file another one.

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Mel your posts moved into your bank group.

Difficult to answer this without knowing the full details of the order.

Was a date given ?

I think your best course is to call the court (telephone number is on bottom of your last letter from them )

quote your claim number and ask if the defence have filed an AQ into court.

Ask them what is on file with them as regards the next stages.

You will find that they are very helpful and I am sure will tell you what needs to be done next.

From what you say it looks like the Judge has given this initial period to allow the defendants time/opportunity to settle out of court before any allocation is addressed.

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