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I have just received a notice of transfer of proceeding from MCOL. \in the paperwork it states:

 

Without hearing

 

IT IS ORDERED THAT:-

 

1.The filing of an allocation quesionnaire be dispensed with in this case unless the district judge at the court of transfer orders otherwise.

 

Note: Any party affected by this order may under Rule 3.3(5) apply to have it set aside, varied or stayed. Such a party must apply under Rule 23.3 within 14 days of service of this order.

 

HELP!!!! what does this mean, we have already gone through this process with Lloyds and won but when it was transferred we received and filed the AQ and Lloyds settled 7 days after it was filed.

 

Not really sure what this means.

 

Any offers?

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***31st MARCH: NEW AQ PROCEDURE BY MCOL***

MCOL have started to issue Orders dispensing with the AQ.

See here:

New---after 28 Days - Maybe No Aq!!!!!!!

 

 

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT EVEN IF THE AQ IS DISPENSED WITH, THE AQ FEE OF £100 (IF CLAIM OVER £1500) IS STILL PAYABLE (AND RECLAIMABLE FROM THE BANK).

The fee is payable within 14 days after the despatch of the notice of allocation to track (County Courts Fees Order 1999 Schedule 1).

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Hi

 

I have just received a notice of transfer of proceeding from MCOL. \in the paperwork it states:

 

Without hearing

 

IT IS ORDERED THAT:-

 

1.The filing of an allocation quesionnaire be dispensed with in this case unless the district judge at the court of transfer orders otherwise.

 

Note: Any party affected by this order may under Rule 3.3(5) apply to have it set aside, varied or stayed. Such a party must apply under Rule 23.3 within 14 days of service of this order.

 

HELP!!!! what does this mean, we have already gone through this process with Lloyds and won but when it was transferred we received and filed the AQ and Lloyds settled 7 days after it was filed.

 

Not really sure what this means.

 

Any offers?

 

Dont panic, this is standard now from MCOL. Its designed to speed up the process. You will recieve further information from the court. Remember if your claim is for £1500 or more you still need to pay the allocation fee.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/80091-your-court-dispensing-allocation.html?highlight=AQ+dispensed+with

 

 

 

 

 

I am not a legal expert my advice is given without prejudice and is purely my opinion only. If you are in doubt please seek professional advice.

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