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JoBese v Lloyds TSB - HELP WITH N1


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2588.75. issued N1 on 22nd and sent by the court on 23rd.

 

Accoring to what I have read I can apply for judgement on 11th April which is 14 days after their receipt of the N1 + 5 days. Is this correct?

 

Also, I only submitted a moneyclaim N1 for £130 which was accepted by the court and sent on the 23rd March. do i need to submit the supporting documentation to Lloyds or the court or is the court sent documents enough?

 

Thank you in advance. I will keep all posted of developments.

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Hi,

I've also just begun going through Moneyclaim.

 

From help I've received, I believe you need to send a schedule of your charges plus the 8% interest to Moneyclaim, asking them to attach it to the particulars of your claim.

 

Then wait for Lloyds solicitors (SC&M) to send you a Notice of Acknowledgement.

 

Then send SC&M a copy of the schedule of charges plus 8% interest that you sent to the court.

 

Here is a link to my thread so you can see for yourself what we have done/and template letters to send: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloyds-bank/73080-pocla-lloyds.html

 

Hope this helps :)

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