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Law Jargon As A Delaying Tactic - Please Help.

]Please can anyone help me.

 

After putting in my claim to the small claims court, I have received a replay by NatWest requesting verious details.

 

I'm really having alot of trouble in deciphering what they want me to find out, and feel that this is just another way of delaying me. I'm no solicitor and feel totally confused by some of their requests - see below:

 

1. "In realtion to each charge, a) is it the case of the Claimant the same should not have been charged?

b) If yes; please explain why the Claimant contends that the same should not have been charged?

c)Please explain why the Claimant contends that the same should not have been charged in this amount and identify the sum the Claimant contends should have been charged.

 

2. I refered to the charges as being penalties.

 

a) Provide the following:

Specify the clause(s) pursuant to which the charges were applied.

 

b) Specify whether the charges applied were due to a breach of contract by the Claimant.

 

c) Identify in each case the particular breach of contract (by reference to appropriate term(s) of the contract) that the charge relate to.

 

3. Specify all the facts relied on by the Claimant in support of "unfair penalty under the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999", and identify the contractual provisions that the Claimant alleges are invalid by reference to the Regulations.

 

So there you have it. I'm really confused by all this legal jargon, and was hoping someone, somewhere had received a letter like this and to tell me what they did about it? Please help.

 

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Hi C

 

As you say this is jargon as a delaying tactic and is the usual cobbetts cobblers - we had exactly the same letter this week (see http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/natwest-bank/55856-son-steven4064-natwest.html) for our response. In fact you do not need to respond at all. You only need to send anything if the COURT asks you to.

 

What to do about it? File it but otherwise ignore it.

 

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bluegreen, Steven is perfectly right, but did this letter came from Cobbetts. Nat West's solicitors? Also what was the date on the letter? This looks like Cobblers trying to use the Lloyds judgement to scare peeps.

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Its your money taken unlawfully from your account and you have a legal right to claim it back.

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