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Had statements, claiming £1550 plus 8% plus £120 court costs.

 

Filed court papers (served on 5th March) - recieved notice of intention to defend, giving them 28 days (Monday 2nd April).

 

Phoned today to give them chance to settle, they won't settle as they've lodged a defence.

 

What happens now?

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As the deadline to defend runs out on Monday I would wait and see what they come back with.

 

From what I can see no bank has yet defended a case in court so I would sit back and think about how you will spend your money.

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...From what I can see no bank has yet defended a case in court...
Quite WRONG!!!

It has been known for Banks to have defended Claims that have been ill-prepared.

They have also been successful in their defence and have had Claims "Struck Out", with substantial Costs awarded against the Claimant!!!

 

Why do U think that U are constantly advised to throughly prepare for the worst case scenario and NOT to take anything for granted by acting complacently???

 

U are correct, in so much as saying that a throughly prepared Claim has NOT been challenged in Court though.

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In my court papers, I stated the usual, ie, Unfair terms in Consumer Contracts, that the charges were actually a penalty and contravened the law in that they are profitable to the banks.

 

So if we get as far as going to court, are they going to get a brief off his backside for a two grand case?

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