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Hi kashie I have just been searching and found this application and also the objection letter shall I both? also I have noticed some people saying that the Cardiff court has waived the fee £35. is that correct?

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hello kashie Help!! I am having some difficulty with this application notice, firstly I cannot paste it to fill it in and it wont allow me to delete the unrequired fields? and also am I supposed to type in 'part C' or attach some copies and what piece of evidence does it require. Am I the only one who doesn't get this??

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olden,

first sorry for not answering sooner, yes the application notice n244 is required and the information for section C is the objection letter so print and attach that. I phoned Cardiff yesterday and was told that they are not charging the fee for the applications at the moment so that is good news.

I don't know what to suggest as for as cutting and pasting is concerned, not brilliant with computers myself, but it may mean you will have to copy the whole thing out yourself! Sorry!!

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Hi Olden, as kashie mentioned .... in section C put see attached documents and list them - you cant copy and paste onto these forms neither can you save the information so make sure you print out a copy for yourself.

Just phoned ccc to see where my letter is - it was sent out on the 7th so I should have it tomorrow... so now off to get my application in - oh happy days!!

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Hello folks!

 

My court date is also the 14th - but being an imbecile and not looking at this site i didn't submit any papers for direction of my claim!

 

I phoned the court, they told me not to worry and that the case had been "stayed" and that i didn't have to submit anything. Also stated that a letter would be sent out confirming the stay - no letter as of yesterday, haven't checked the mail at home today, as i'm in work.

 

Now after reading this site it looks like i might have to attend on the 14th, is this the case?

 

Also what would i need to take with me to the hearing?

 

Please bear in mind i'm an idiot and that you'll have to say it in plain english!

 

All help is welcome and i'll even offer up a cyber beer!

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hi boredom, no you wont be attending on the 14th, when I rang today to see where my letter of stay was I was told that ALL cases for the 14th were stayed. Therefore, expect a letter soon in the post from cardiff court. What you have to do next is fill a N244 Form (links on this thread) and attach the objection to the stay statement (also linked in this thread) let us know if you get stuck on anything

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hi boredom, no you wont be attending on the 14th, when I rang today to see where my letter of stay was I was told that ALL cases for the 14th were stayed. Therefore, expect a letter soon in the post from cardiff court. What you have to do next is fill a N244 Form (links on this thread) and attach the objection to the stay statement (also linked in this thread) let us know if you get stuck on anything

 

Thanks for replying smutley.

 

I've saved the draft for me to complete tomorrow and printed off the N244 when i'll have all my info with me!

 

thanks again

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Hi kashie, smutley and all.!! thanks all done I filled in printed and then crossed out the 'either ors' and I also sent copy to Barclays litigation, yet another 2 recorded deliveries to pay for. I also phoned the court again today because sharon daboul emailed saying that the bank will be attending and requesting a stay of my claim. The court told me that it was the Judge who has already ordered a stay for all the claims pending the outcome of the OFT case. Also that we do not have to pay the fee. When I asked what the maximum time limit for a stay, the clerk did not know.

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you know what, its just not fair have you read.... "Going to court" Dont make me laugh it was a directions hearing today (like ours was supposed to be) in Kingston and the judge was amazing sounds like all claims were settled!! These cases should be held more fairly up and down the country it makes me sick

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thanks for that link Smutley, it's quite reassuring!

 

I've been looking at the 'got a court date' thread and trying to sort out what I might need to take with me (I hope I'm not jinxing my application to overturn the stay:) and it's got a link to 'New strategy for Allocation Questionaires' saying that I should take a copy of 'N149/N150 Allocation Questionnaire' with me. Do I still need to take it even though they went straight to a directions hearing dispensing with the AQ?

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hi 1234debt I think we wont be going anywhere for quite sometime.. I havent received my stay letter yet but have submitted my objection to the stay etc.,.. I was sent an AQ so thats already in for me, but now that the directions hearing is stayed I presume we wait for the outcome of the test case for the next installment....dont think you need worry about an AQ right now. Im just gutted that the Cardiff judge has stayed our hearing and that others around the country are still going ahead, wonder if our judge has shares in barclays, lets just hope he takes notice now of our objections and has a change of heart

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Thanks for the reply Smutley.

Fingers crossed enough people will object and the judge will decide to hear our cases. It's great hearing people do well in their court cases but it's a bitter sweet thing when we were so close! Oh well time will tell I guess.

Thanks for the info and good luck to you!

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you know what, its just not fair have you read.... "Going to court" Dont make me laugh it was a directions hearing today (like ours was supposed to be) in Kingston and the judge was amazing sounds like all claims were settled!! These cases should be held more fairly up and down the country it makes me sick

 

Hi smutley have just read the "going to court" marvellous! what a sensible judge he seems to be down to earth, and where the banks had not shown up awarded judgement as is the law, not as in the Berwick case where Lloyds had not turned up, shouldn't it have been in this case? the judge seemed to be working for the bank!! I wish we could ask the court for a transfer to Kingston !! Also note the claimants who didn't turn up had their claims struck out, I am now a bit concerned, about our case on 14th even though the court have said I don't need to go because the judge has ordered a stay, as I said Barlcays emailed me saying the bank was going to be there to apply for a stay until the outcome, you don't think they could have me struck out for not attending do you ? The cardiff judge is working in the banks favour, just trying to shed the workload?

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I agree, when I read your previous post about the email from sharon.... I did wonder why barclays are going to turn up, but Ive not had my letter yet, does it actually say no need to attend? If it does then I cant see how we could possibly be struck out - it just all seems a bit biased to me on the side of the bank and I dont feel our judge is helping our claims, hes probably never had a bank charge in his life!

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Hi 1234debt I have sent my objection in, but do you think that the judge will take any notice of them anyway? what a pity it has happened now just when we had got this close.!

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I agree, when I read your previous post about the email from sharon.... I did wonder why barclays are going to turn up, but Ive not had my letter yet, does it actually say no need to attend? If it does then I cant see how we could possibly be struck out - it just all seems a bit biased to me on the side of the bank and I dont feel our judge is helping our claims, hes probably never had a bank charge in his life!

 

no smutley sharon only said they will be attending and requesting a stay of my claim pending the resutl of the OFT case, it was the clerk at Cardiff court who told me there is no need for me to attend? I am suspicious, is the word of a clerk sufficient ? I am even thinking of attending on Tuesday now!!

 

by the way I haven't had my letter from the court about this yet.

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Im totally confused now, I just hope my letter turns up tomorrow.. your right, when I rang the court it was a young clerk who I spoke to and said all cases on the 14th were stayed and no need to attend... but does it not say on the letter somewhere case vacated?

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well if it doesn't come tomorrow, I think we have reason to be worried, I think I will wait for the post and if nothing turns up, will ring the court again, we need to see the wording of this letter, I will ask them if they can fax it to me? I have now emailed sharon asking her why she told me that Barclays will be requesting a stay of my claim, when the court has informed me that the Judge has already ordered a stay on all the claims for the 14th. This way, they shouldn't be able to do anything if I didn't attend?

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sounds like a good plan, if my letter doesn't turn up tomorrow I will ring the court as well to clarify, let me know if sharon replies to your email as well. If we dont get a satisfactory response I think we should be prepared to attend on Tuesday - we've come this far and I'm not going to jepordise my claim just because of hearsay of a letter!

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I have rcvd my letters informing me of a stay, can somenone please help as what to do next, and do i have enough time as hearing is on 14th, i lost my job recently and really need the money, i have 2 claims against barclaycard (credit cards). what happens is the judge lifts the stay, do you have to wait for another court date?. many thanks

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