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Hello,

 

I have been waiting for my case to be given a date for the court hearing against Natwest but instead today received a letter from the court stating the following:

 

Before DISTRICT JUDGE *****( NAME OF JUDGE) sitting at Reading County Court............

 

Upon receipt of parties' the allocation Questionaires

 

WITHOUT NOTICE IT IS ORDERED THAT

1. Defense struck out as an abuse of process.

 

2. Claimant may enter judgement for the outstanding balance of the claim and court fees and interest.

 

Does anyone know what I need to do next to " enter judgement"?

 

Has anyone else had this before?

 

Kelly

 

P.s Won against Lloyds last week too £2768.43 !!!

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Kelly

 

Excellent news, you can apply to the court for judgement in writing i would using the form n244 i think it is (Looks Likge Hagen has provided the proper course of action in the post below).

 

Does it perchance make any reference to this decision is made without a hearing and any one affected can appeal in writing within seven days or similar?

 

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Now you complete the Request for Judgment section of the N205A Notice of Issue the court sent you after you filed your claim and enter judgement for the full amount in accordance with this order.

 

 

 

 

iGroup (GE Money) - AoS Filed late, defence late, amended defence also late despite extra time requested and granted.

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Terrific news, Kelly...... Congratulations.:D

 

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Excellent news. :D

 

 

 

 

 

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FANTASTIC NEWS. sport-smiley-001.gif This will hit cobblers right in the cobblers laughing-smiley-014.gif Those 3 wonderful words " Abuse Of Process" are indeed very sweet. Kelly enjoy you dosh:D

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Wow - that's excellent news indeed - well done :)

 

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That is fantastic news. . . well done..

 

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I know this is a very good outcome, but could you please explain "abuse of process " is it because no one has defended the claims yet or is this just 1 judge getting fed up with these cases. Thank you.

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Thats really good news - perhaps if a few monre judges did the same Natwest might get the hint and stop taking it that far.

 

I just wish they'd stop trying to prolong the inevitable and pay out at the prelim stage!!

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I think this needs a bump up the forum. I may have missed your posts so can you tell us a bit more about how you filled in the AQ and the court you used. I would suggest this once you feel you can tell us all.

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Nice one! :D

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Absolutely smashing - great stuff!!

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This is fantastic news! :-D

 

 

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This is more like it - a robust judge, I have seem a few abuse of process orders, but they usually give the banks an opportunity to explain themselves.

 

This order is straight to the point and the judge does not even offer any form of explanation to expand on the specific nature of the abuse, unlike the other abuse orders.

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Yeah, he does:

 

"Abuse of process".

 

Particularly apt when it comes to Cobbetts and their ridiculous Part 18 requests and other intimidatory tactics.

 

Next, Barclays and their "we'll pay between 1 and 5 days before hearing".

 

One by one, here's hoping anyway!

 

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this means that the courts have finally realised that the Banks are abusing the system are striking out the defences!!
It certainly looks that way - well done...what was the name of the judge...we can make him/her "CAG hero(ine) of the week...":rolleyes:

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Hi all

 

Just to update you , I submitted my request for Judgement today (form N225) at Reading County Court. Although I was told serveral times that this was at the bottom of the original " notice of Issue " form, it was not. I eventually downloaded it from the local court website.

 

Now I wait for this to be processed by the court. ( approx 5 days). They said I should give the Bank 28 days to respond?? Not sure I will be that patient though.

 

Kelly

 

Total Claim: £ 3265.01

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