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    • No. Please post them on this forum. Everything is in the open. There is no prejudice or disadvantage to you at all. Also, what vehicle was parked in front of the van? In other words as you are going along, what was the vehicle parked to your left just before the van? And I don't understand what you've just said about you bouncing into a parked car. There was that parked car?
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The defendant admits that all the money is owed.

 

Please make your selection:

1) I accept the defendant's proposal for payment

 

Say how the defendant intends to pay. The court will send the defendant an order to pay. You will also be sent a copy.

 

 

 

 

2) The defendant has not made any proposal for payment

 

Say how you want the defendant to pay. You can ask for the judgment to be paid by instalments or in one payment. The court will send the defendant an order to pay. You will also be sent a copy.

 

Cant get to this anymore as i have gone for option 2

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The following information relates to your judgment:

 

Claim Description

 

Claim Number

 

Status of this Judgment

 

 

Halifax

 

6QZ44128

 

Requested

 

Your judgment has been submitted to the court for final validation before being issued.

 

 

This is what i get now...also got a pdf form from the courts outlining all the money that is owed and how im going to receive it.

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Well, unless I am very much mistaken, a very bemused congratulations... I can't help feeling that Halifax have messed up their response, but in the absence of other evidence... It would seem you've won...

 

DO keep us updated, will you? I can't help feeling that there is something odd going on here...

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Yeah any further news i get will be posted to my thread ASAP.

 

I would have thought if they have admitted liabilty then they can not now go back on this, is this correct ???

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Posted elsewhere, I don't know if you recognise the set-up? Does that sound possible?

 

The OP is talking about the choices that you get when you click on "enter judgement".

 

You have two choices:

 

1) Judgement by default

2) Judgement by admission

 

It sounds like the OP has clicked on "enter judgement" (or whatever the link was), selected one of the options, and is now at the stage described in her post.

 

It's more of a POSSIBLE cockup on her part. I mean a possible on her part, as if HFX haven't entered a defence/acknowledgement then she is doing right in entering a default against them, however, if they are/have replied, then she shouldn't be doing what she has done.

 

Hope this clears things up, I'm not quite 100% I'm right here, but I'm pretty sure, because I press the same button once FD had settled my claim, as I thought I'd have the option to close the claim. I didn't. The claim is, effectively, still running, as when I called Northampton CC (MCOL) to see how to cancel the claim, she told me that I don't have to, I can just leave it, though she recommended changing the "claim description" (which is merely for my info) by putting SETTLED before what was already int he description.

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sounds familiar but before when i tried to select a option it just said on the lines of you need to give halifax 14 days to respond..yesterday though this had changed from start to continue and when i clicked on it thats when i got The defendant admits that all the money is owed option now

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another weird thing just received a letter this morning from Northampton courts with a acknowledgment from halifax attached and the the box is ticked to say intend to defend all the claim...

 

In that case then I would assume you have selected the option on Moneyclaim which says "Judgement by admission" and that is why you have got the screen which you now see.

 

Is that what you did?

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Was under the judgment heading, the link under that heading changed from start which it had been to continue, then when i clicked on continue it said that the defendant admits that all the money is owed. Then i went for the option which said that i had not been advised of the payment.

 

Can anyone shed some light on this, dont want to have ruined my chances by buggering things up online...

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Read my previous post - before the status changed to continue, had you clicked on "Judgement by admission"?

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You would have had 2 options - 1 would have said judgement by default, the other would have said judgement by admission.

 

You clicked judgement by default, it said you can't do this until 14 days have passed.

 

Did you then click judgement by admission (the second option)?

 

Surely you must remember what you clicked?

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I think you should try and phone MCOL asap and see what they say. It wdn't be the 1st time they made a mistake. So far, they have once withdrawn one of my claims(!), and on one of my current ones, it shows defence was entered 5th June, and I only filed claim on the 7th!!!!

 

Theit helpline people are usually very good, I think you need to get this clarified by them. Please let us know what they said!

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Just spoke to MCOL helpline, seems i have prematurely hit the judgement button (story of my life really), this does not affect the claim at all, halifax have until 8th Aug to submit a defence now. the only thing different i will have to do is submit a manual judgement.

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