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HI

 

Hope someone can help me. Im at the LBA stage so sent letter off and had no response they have until Thursday next week then need to send my Small Claim Summons which im now sweating about. I called court to send me out paper work which I have received and thought I would spend tonight filling in spread sheet re charges. This is where the fun begins. I explained to the court that my charges are for £2006 she advised that I make 2 claims one for £1500 and another for the remaining £506 however should the £1,500 include the interest at 8% so that it totals £1,500 or is it £1,500 plus the interest? Also using scottish simple spreadsheet therefore should I include column F (is this the total int at 8%). Also do I then need to complete 2 spreadsheets 1 for each claim.

Also I have also went back 6 years and all letters sent to bank I stated 6 years(is this a big mistake) :confused:

 

Not looking forward to filling in these forms either. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks again

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Hi, Bolo.

 

Don't panic. You will have to make two claims. One Summary Cause claim £1,500. plus interest plus court cost.and one Small Claim, charges plus interest plus court costs. Only do one claim at a time, wait until that is settled before going ahead with the other. With the Summary Cause claim the court will return your papers with a return date and a calling date. You must then take them to a Sheriff Officers and get them to serve the claim on the bank.(This cost me £15.95)which you can also claim back. The court will send you a list of local Sheriff Officers you can use. You do include colum F in the spreadsheet when submitting your claim. Yes you need to do two seperate spreadsheets. I don't know which court you are using but it has been said a lot of them are refusing to take a second claim on the same account. There is stuff in this section relating to this. I'm not to sure about the 6 year thing. Why not just go back the five when you put in your claims. Maybe someone else could clarify this.

 

Best wishes with your claims.

 

Regards.

 

Scott.


 
 

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Thanks Scott. Can you confirm if column F is the 8% that the court said that I can add? I think I will just claim the 5 year you advised . Can you advise on form 1 of the Small Claim Summons section 7 if I can put refer to the attached (spread sheet) or i I f should put in a brief explanation? Also when I do 2nd claim do I have to start from the begining with the Bank. Sorry for all the questions My brain is a little pickled with all of this.

 

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Sorry, ignore this one.


 
 

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Hi, Bolo.

 

Yes colum F is the 8%. (7.State Details of Claim Here) have a look above your thread in Scottish Procedure and scroll down and you will find what to put in here. At the bottom put, Plus the expense of bringing the action.

 

Give me a shout if you need any more help.

 

Regards.

 

Scott.


 
 

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Thanks so much. I think I have got to a point were I have read so much on all of this that I now keep questioning myself.

 

You have been a great help thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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