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Hi, received two letters. One from the court saying unless Lloyds file there allocation questionnaire before 12-6-07 then the defence will be struck out. The second is from there solicitors asking for various information (ie How did I calculate the interest, a list of charges etc) within 14 days which is 4-6-07 (Today oops!!)

Can some one answer the following for me?

1. Should I have responded to the soliciters letter?

2. Since Lloyds have untill the 12th to file there questionnaire should I start preparing for court near to this date?

Hope someone can make sence of this!

Many Many thanks in advance

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Dis you not send a schedule of charges with your 'priliminary request' or 'LBA' ???


It sounds like you havent if they are asking for this information.





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I think what NicSussex was saying was 'post ON THIS THREAD/FORUM the full details of what the solicitors are asking for', rather than 'post in a letter box'!


If you can post/type the details someone here can advise you properly rather than offering advice based on assumptions.


Sounds to me as though some paperwork has got lost at SC&M's offices (wouldn't be the first time!) but give us the full story before taking any action.


All the best

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Sorry point at the dumb ass,

they asked for the following information:

1. Each and every individual amount of charge that you are claiming and are disputing

2.The date of each charge that you say was deducted from your account

3.How you calculate any interest

4. How you calculate the sum of £1171.35

5. Confirm your sort code and Account Number

Many thanks

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Hi, Sounds like they want another copy of your schedule of charges to me.

Barclays - 2 Accounts - WON

Capital 1 - WON with CI


LTSB pre 6 years - N1 for non compliance filed

Barclays pre 6 years - Prelim sent

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Send another copy of the schedule to the solicitors. Don't worry about missing the date. You don't have to comply with dates that SC&M set. You have your own timetable! :)


You don't need to start formally preparing for court yet (although continue to do research into the legal issues and continue to pick up useful practical tips from this forum). On the 12th, check with the court office to see if SC&M have filed their AQ. They are often late doing this, but the courts usually allow them a few extra days before they'll consider striking out the defence. If SC&M request and are granted a Stay, check out this thread for your next step: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloyds-bank/78216-aqs-stays-strike-out.html


Good luck.

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