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On 11 /11/2006 I put Lloydstsb in court for two amounts on different accounts £4000 and £1500 .

By the 21/12/2006 they had not replyied so I went back to the court

Lloyds by not filing a Defence had LOST BY DEFAULT is signed the form and gave it back to the court

They were to send it to Lloydstsb ordering them to pay

Today 22/1/2007 I went back to the court as I had recieved nothing

They had heard nothing from Lloydstsb either

I asked what to do next and they did not know

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Back to the court and apply for a warrant of execution......send in the bailiffs.

 

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I Said That To The Court Person And They Said It Was £55 Each One Which Was Not A Problem But They Said The Bank Would Probably Then Want It Set Aside And Appeal So They Have Now Decide To Copy The Form From A Month Ago And Psot It Again.

Very Unsatisfactory

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If the bailiffs go in, get the media involved as it will give the cause of reclaiming bank penalty charge some very good publicity.

 

Heard a report in last Thursday/Fridays guardian of a man sending bailiffs into his local Royal Bank Of Scotland branch - the manager agreed to pay up once the bailiffs said they were going to take computers from the branch.

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