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    • CPR 31.14 request sent asking for:   1. The contract between Vehicle Control Services Limited and the landowner that assigns the right to enter into contracts with the public and make claims in their own name.  2. Proof of planning permission granted for signage etc under the Town and Country Planning Act 2007  3. Copies of the notice to driver, notice to keeper and any other correspondence from Vehicle Control Services Limited & DCB Legal Ltd to the defendant that they intend to rely upon in court.    Response received from solicitors:   Please be advised that there is no reference to the Notice to Driver and Notice to Keeper within the Particulars of Claim. The contract between our client and the landowner is also not referenced within the Particulars of Claim. Therefore, these will not be supplied at this stage. The signage which is referenced within the Particulars of Claim is available for viewing at Bristol Airport, where the parking charge was issued. All other documentation will be filed with the Court and served upon yourself at the relevant stage in the process, when it has been ordered by the Court.       I think they have skirted round the first point, and the original request wasn't about where the signage was, but the planning permission granted for the signage - is it worth replying to point these things out?....
    • Her premium is £400 and she is likely to be away for the rest of the year so it would be a waste of money to renew her policy. She is only 21.   I only want to drive the car maybe once a week to keep in roadworthy etc.   I have done some insurance comparison quotes and it looks like even though she is the registered owner I could take  out a separate policy  but when I spoke to one insurance company they said I needed to be the registered owner of the vehicle (i.e. to have an interest in the vehicle). However the quote went through even though I said my daughter was the owner of the vehicle.   The best option would be to pay nothing and use my policy but I take the point about ANPR and police issues so probably best if I take out the policy I mentioned above unless anyone can offer any other advice.   Brilliant quick answers by the way, many thanks.
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    • Not worth the hassle of driving on third party ( driving other cars) extension when the Car is not primarily covered under a Car owners policy.  You will get stopped by Police, they may argue that you are not properly Insured, car will be picked up on AMPR cameras.     And for the car to be on the road, it has to have Insurance or it has to be SORN.   Insurance is now compulsory, even if the Car is just parked on a public road.   Suggest your daughter renews the policy or takes out a new policy.  She can do this online from Australia, providing she is normally a UK resident and will be returning soon.   If your Daughter will be in Australia for quite awhile, perhaps she allows you to register the Car in your name and you then Insure it in your name. 
    • @dx100uk Do I still have a leg to stand on with Barclaycard with the fact that they made verbal promises, then were not contactable for me to use the cooling off period (which as far as I'm aware is a legal requirement) I tried to cancel immediately and contacted Barclaycard within 2 hours of leaving the building, whilst the payment was still pending.
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MCOL filed, they are defending but surely it has passed the deadline HELP!!!

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ok as title explains i have finally received a letter stating they owe me nothing and their charges are in occourdance with the OFT this was my LBA should i still continue is this a formality?

many thanks

wavering Klare


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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Hi Klare. It's the usual crap that all of us get. Don't back down because that's what they're hoping you'll do. Follow the process outlined on this site and everything should work out fine

If you read everyone elses stories re A&L you will notice a recurring pattern when it comes to letters, threats , timings etc

Stick to your guns and good luck

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ok i have started to doubt my claim i know i shouldnt because its the same situation as you all, i have had a letter from them telling me we owe you nothing i beg to differ and i have worked out what teyu owe me plus a further charge for unauthorised OD, now i have giventhem plenty of time to cough up, and i should have claimed my MCO last week, so tomorrow i will be claiming online, i know they (or im sure) will contest it but i just feel so kicked about i need a boost

is it the bootle address i need for online claim to?

sorry

pitiful really

klare


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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Don't doubt yourself. You've won once, you'll do it again.

 

Can't help you with the address, I've never dealt with A&L myself, but I'm sure someone will know.

 

Have you done any of the things I advised you in your other thread about your finances? Are you getting to your money first now?

 

You WILL get your money back, you WILL win, you ARE in the right here. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise or try to keep you down. OK?

 

Listen, I look back on those last few months and I find it hard to believe I have taken on so many institutions and won EVERY - SINGLE - TIME. And I'm not finished yet. And you can, and will, do exactly the same.

 

{{HUGS}}

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ok i have started to doubt my claim i know i shouldnt because its the same situation as you all, i have had a letter from them telling me we owe you nothing i beg to differ and i have worked out what teyu owe me plus a further charge for unauthorised OD, now i have giventhem plenty of time to cough up, and i should have claimed my MCO last week, so tomorrow i will be claiming online, i know they (or im sure) will contest it but i just feel so kicked about i need a boost

is it the bootle address i need for online claim to?

sorry

pitiful really

klare

 

Hi Klare, Chin up!

 

Get your mcol done then sit back and wait. It's just a matter of sit back and let your threat do the talking. In all probability you will get a letter from Jackie McGuirk saying they are going to defend...they don't though! I've just had my claim settled not long after receiving notice that they were going to defend.

 

When doing the MCOL the address you need is:-

Alliance and Leicester Plc

Narborough

Leicester

LE19 0AL

 

Have you got your parachute account up & running with all DD's etc changed over? If not do it asap

 

Don't get worrying or anxious (I know it's easier said than done) it will all work out fine!

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bookworm, sickof a&l, thankyou so much

yes ive done everything else so its on course as it were ive been using my other bank as my main account now most dd are in place a few still to set up but getting there just need hubby,s wages going in there and then im away, but that can be sorted this week, you are absolutly right there is every chance i will win!

have either of you had experience with mbna as they cashed my cheque weeks ago now but still no statements any idea what the process is now???

thanks

again onwards and upwards!


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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you are absolutly right there is every chance i will win!

It's not about chances, kickingkay, it's about certainties!

Provided you've done everything as per the guidelines, you'll be quids in in no time. :cool:

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Sorry Klare but no experience with anyone else so far....think I'm one of the lucky one's who've had no problems with anyone else (That's probably just jinxed me)

Just follow the same process you're doing with A&L on any other company you want to claim back off

Not promising anything but you should have a cheque from A&L just in time to make crimbo more fun (who needs santa when the postie can deliver lovely cheques!)

 

Steve

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hi everyone im having a mental block in the section that states what are you claiming notes below it it asks does it affect the human rights act 1998 do i put yes or no

thanks

complete block

klare:confused:


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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Kickingkay,

 

Put NO, unless you can think of some way in which it applies ......... I cant think of one:rolleyes:

 

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Kickingkay,

 

Put NO, unless you can think of some way in which it applies ......... I cant think of one:rolleyes:

 

All the best .............

as i thought thanks for that ive now filed today!


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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in 2 days A&L has to submitt how they intend to play this i have heard nothing from A&L nor MCOL only my orignal letter confirming the claim and the deadline for a&l to do what ever anyone else had this and how did it turn out and what now lol


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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hi for fellow A&L customers i have filed my MCOL received my letter confirming the deadline for their response which would have been the 16th december, in this time the filed a defence but its now some 3 weeks or so and i have heard nothing from either the courts or A&L i had a refund very quickly with the CO OP even though they still stated they would defend can any one enlighten me if this is normal and how long should i have to wait til i hear something, im affraid i lost my sister a few weeks ago and my head is so confused im struggling to remember anything many thanks

klare


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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Have they actually filed a defence, which you should have a copy of or have they just stated they intend to defend?

 

Unfortunately for us if they miss the deadline and we do not file a judgement by default they can be as late as they want. Until we take the next step they can still reply and it will be accepted by the court.

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Hi, thanks for replying i received 2 letters one acknowledgment that the claim has been made(from MCOL) the other was a copy of my claim with the details filled in at the bottom intend to defend, so what happens now i have never needed to go any further, do i need to do something else or wait for a date for the hearing or are they still likley to settle up in the immediate futire

many thanks

klare


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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just checked paper work

notice of issue received 27th november giving them til the 16th december to respond

acknowledgment of service has been filed received on the 29th november states defend all of this claim

so in all they have filed a defense what happes now will they go to court do i now need to contact the courts again or wait?????????

thanks

klare


just hoping isnt enough ASK!

 

CO OP £170 charges

09/08/06 first letter sent recorded

12/08/06 first letter acknowledged

24/08/06 LBA letter sent recorded

02/08/06 acknowledged please wait a further 6 wks for reply

14/09/06 MCO filed

20/09/06 charges refunded!!!!

23/10/06 request for statements mbna offer £140.00 prem letter sent

23/10/06 first letter sent hsbc (2 accounts) £2900 approx) LBA sent

23/10/06 LBA A&L claiming back £186.50 first letter ignored) MCOL filed 25/11/06

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4 threads merged.

 

The acknowledgement of service bought them time to file their defence, (4 weeks from when you filed) so by right you should have received it by now.

 

Give the court a ring on Monday, and find out, in case something got lost in the post. If A&L forgot to file a defence, though, apply for default judgment!

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