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I had received a breakdown of charges fron Nationwide and sent a letter asking for over £5000. I've now got a standard letter in response re-iterating their fees if account goes over overdraft.

 

However, I have now read that NI Small Claims only takes max of £2000 per claim. Should I split it up into 2-3 claims then ?

 

Would appreciate any assistance

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Just for the record, i can recommend one judge who i get the impression from, 'doesn't take to kindly to the banks.'

 

Its in N.Ireland, so if you wanna travel to a judge on your side, pm me.

 

Put it like this, i appeared in court today, with citi. There evidence was written by their account stating it cost £12.88 per default using the ofts method of charging but £27 odd using their own method of cakculation.

 

The judge asked citi, 'do you have your expert witnesses here today?'

 

of course not!

 

If you want me to rule on this i will require, expert witnesses etc etc.

 

Citi solicitor then said we are arguing a point of law.

 

Judge then again asked for witnesses..

 

CITI solicitor then met me outside to try to settle. Suspect a cheque will soon be on its way..

 

As MrMurphy has not posted since, I infer the aforesaid settlement aborted the trial in mid-flight, probably with a confidentiality clause. This is one of just two incidents I have read, where the Dark Side quoted a cost price in court, but ran faster than Linford Christie when asked to witness it formally.


 

 

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