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Hi all


Wondering if someone could shed some light. I have already taken Natwest to court and they made me an offer and i accepted. I have gone through the same motions with HSBC but they have actually put in a defence which i know they do a lot of the time but i had a letter from the court in Northampton sayin that the case was being moved to my local court but i have heard nothing since. That was about 2 weeks ago. Should i have heard from my court about this by now? Don't know what the next step is. Can anyone shed some light?

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You need to do a couple of things now. Call your local court and just ask what is happening with your claim and they will tell you when you should hear from the district judge with a court date.

You also sould be writng to dg with a copy of your schedule of charges to try and hurry the offer along. Write to them with a nudge letter every 10 days. This will also keep your claim at the top of the pile while the put your letter with it.

There are some ideas for letters on the no aq thread so use them or mix the wording around to suit yourself.

Also the AQ may be dispensed with and if it is you need to phone the court see ifthe AQ fee payable or not.

I will post a link to the thread here in one minute


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

Have a look at post 1 in this thread for the letters.

Don't worry, you will get your money before the court date.

Hope this helps



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as freaky says theres no harm in ringing your local court - mine were very helpful.


you may / may not have to do the AQ but even if you dont you may still have to pay the allocation fee so its worth checking out


I'm sure you'll be hearing from them any day now.


start nudging DG though

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