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I have just joined having been left no option by Abbey but to issue. They have filed a defence, send by second class post and it appears they intend to defend!:( :-|

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Hi allsaints, and welcome.

 

Nothing new in that, they will take it up to the wire, but they will not go into a court room, as they would have to justify their charges. This a common tactic of all banks. Don't worry the money will soon be yours.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/faqs-please-read-these/31460-example-step-step-instructions.html

 

Read on from section 7

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Thanks, this is comforting. I have read some of the forum and note that they will even take it as far as court bundles etc. Is it possible to have the case transferred to a local court, so that if a court hearing is set I get get there easily, as I read that in one case the court relisted it because neither the claimant of defenbank turned up?:oops: :?

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yes it should.

Court bundles may be needed but theres nothing to worry about.You will get lots of help with that if you do get that far.The usual reasons for the bank and defendant not turning up is because settlement has been made already.Its very important to let the Courts know if this happens,since it allows the courts to schedule other cases,and shows your respect for the Court(something the Banks could do with a lesson on )

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