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Hi all


OK i am claiming £2295 back from Lloyds. I have done all the letters and resistered the claim on the Moneyclaim website. Lloyds have acknowledged the claim. I see form other threads that at this point i should send a letter to their solicitors with the break down of the claim.

Does anyone have the address handy? Cannot seem to find it on here?


Cheers :)

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Cool thanks.:D


By the way....Lloyds have untill around the 6th June to send their defence in. I am away on holiday until the 18th June. Does anyone think that will be an issue? I assume that once they defend i will receive a questionnaire to fill in. Does anyone know how long to get to complete this?

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There will be no problem with you being away. If you do get an AQ, you usually get a couple of weeks to fill in it, but a lot of Courts are doing away with these anyway:



Good luck, let us know how you get on.


I WON!!!! :D :D :D




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  • 3 weeks later...

Hey guys


OK Lloyds have defended the case on MCOL on the 5th June (their 28days was up on the 6th June). However i have still not received a defence from them or anything for the courts. Anyone know how long this normally takes?


Cheers gang... 8)

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Thanks for the help Barty.


OK i have eventually received the defence from the court. It has 5 points In summary:

1) Statement of Claim is insufficiently particularised et..etc..

2) Defendant will object to Particulars of claim etc...etc..

3) Particulars of claim to vague etc..etc..

4) Claimant should be ordered to file and serve an amended claim etc..etc..

5) Defendant should be given opportunity to defend the proceeding further etc..etc..


Is this a standard defence? Any ideas what i should do next??

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Sorry silly question. I wrote on my POC's the following:


The Claimant has an account XXXXXXXX

with the Defendant, opened XXXXXXXXX. 2.

Since XXXXXXX the Defendant debited

charges and interest in respect of

purported breaches of contract. 3.

Defendant is aware of all details as a

list of charges has already been supplied.

Another copy will be sent. 4. Claimant

contends: (a) The charges exceed the

Defendant's losses caused by the breaches;

(b) The Term permitting the Defendant to

levy such charges is unenforceable under

the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts

Regulations 1999, Unfair Contract Terms Act

1977 and at Common Law. 5. Claimant claims:

(a) return of the amounts debited of

£2,295; (b) Interest per S.69 County Courts

Act 1984 of 8% - £513.25 continuing at 8%

until judgment or settlement at a daily

rate of £0.62; 6. Alternatively, if the

charges are a fee for a service, then they

must be reasonable under S.15 of the Supply

of Goods and Services Act 1982.

7. Costs allowed by the Court.


I think i read somewhere that what ever you put on the Moneyclaim website they answer with that defence as standard. Is this not the case?

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Thanks for the link Nicsussex. I have had a look at it, but it does not seem relivant to my 5 point defence.


Do my poc's look OK?

Has anyone else had a defence like this?

Any idea how to proceed?


I may be worth mentioning that i have been told i dont need to submit a AQ on the court notice.

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Hi All


Sorry to be a pain, can anyone help here? Has any one else had this 5 point defence? I have checked my POC's i submitted against the template and it seems OK. Any ideas? :?



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Yes i sent them recorded delivery to the court and SC&M.

I did not include the court fees on them though. So the total would be £120 different from the total i have put on the website.

Would that be the issue?

Do you include the court fees?

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Vey strange.

Any suggestion what i should do?

Should i sit tight and wait fo the court to respond?

I assume the judge will look at it and either give us a hearing date of throw it out of court. Is that right?

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I really don't know what to suggest. I'm inclined to believe that [problem] have just made another one of their now famous cock ups and that you should just not worry about it.


Maybe try phoning [problem] and asking them about their defence, telling them that your POCs are identical to other claimants'?

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OK cool thanks for your help. will give it a go.

Has anyone else contacted SC&M direct? Dothey answer questions on the phone about specific cases?

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Hi All....thanks for all your help!! I received a letter from SC&M today offering full settlement (well actually received two letters both offering settlement but both offering slightly different amounts...think i will sign the higher one...a admin mess up i assume!!!!)


Could someone help with a couple of last questions:

1) They want me to sign the form with 7 conditions of acceptance. Do i cross them all out and apart from number 1 regarding the settlement amount and sign? Do they accept this?


2) Do i need to pjone or write to the court to advise them about the settlement or do i wait for the cash to be in my account first??


CHEERS:) :) :)

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