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Why would this be difficult? I live in the U.K. so surely UK banking laws apply?

any specific reasons?

dolanmusic

Youre thread title states you live in Northern Ireland!!! I just assumed you had experienced problems due to this.

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You must provide the full address including postcode for yourself and the defendant. The postcode for any address in the United Kingdom may be obtained free from http://www.royalmail.com [hyperlink]

If you are not able to supply a full postcode , you cannot issue your claim through Money Claim On line.

(If you do attempt to commence your claim through Money Claim Online, andfail to supply the postcode, the claim may be struck out by a district judge and you will not be entitled to a refund of the court fee).

Instead, if you are not able to supply a full postcode, you will have to issue your claim at your local county court and ask a judge for permission to serve the claim with this information missing. There is no additional fee for this, but if you omit a postcode and fail to ask permission of the judge, the court will not allow your claim to be served on the defendant until you supply the missing postcode or a judge permits service without it.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hi DolanMusic,

 

In a similar situation to yourself, making a claim from Lloyds in leeds. Going to process it through NI. its just below €2,000 so should be ok. Let me know how you get on if you can.

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hey guys, I am in a similar situation. I am taking Barclays to court via N.Ireland courts. Have court date of 3rd July. I have been reading about the submission of documents to court, prior to this date (in England courts) but wonder is that the same for NI? Any advice would be gratefully received! :confused:

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