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molly in part 3 this is what I put...........................The defendant breached rule 3.4(2)(b) you can also quote ©............Civil Procedure Rules and Human Rights Act 1998 article 6 of the convention and the claimants record fo contact witht he defendant..........

 

on the back of the form Part C I hand wrote

 

please find attached my supporting evidence,

 

copy of letters to the court handed in on the 26.07.07 asking for the defence to be struck out.

copy of the human rights act 1998 article 6 of the convention copy of the contact between claimant and defendant.............this was just a typed list of dates I wrote to them and put no response............

 

hope with the stuff Pete has given you itmight help:):)

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Thanks every one for your help:)

 

Just another question think its all done then for know, do i just send all this to the court or do i have to send it to any one else at hsbc.:)Also do i send a copy of letters i have sent to hsbc about claim or just the dates i sent them.

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Hi Molly, I'm not as expert as pete on this, but I would say that, if you have referred to these letters in your stay submission, it wouldn't hurt to include copies.

 

Better too much than not enough ,I think.

 

That'll let you get it wound up and sent off ASAP.

 

John

 

I'm not sure about sending anything to HSBC at this stage, maybe someone else can advise on this, but concentrate on getting your stuff off to the court in time, or it'll all be academic. The banks may get off with late submissions, but I'll bet you won't.

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Hi it says at the bottom of the court letter.

 

Note: Any party affected by this Order may under Rule 3.3 (5) apply to have it set aside, varied or stayed. Such a party must apply under Rule 23.3 within 14 days of service of this order.

 

Not to sure if it means to send any one else but the court the information.:) Also it Northampton Court this order is from were would a hearing be heard at it never got to our local court.

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Hi

 

I faxed the request to Northampton today they said it would be better than posting it as tomorrow was last day, i didn't have to pay a fee, the three copies you said i need are they just copies of what i have sent to the court today, and what do i need to do with them.:) And no rude reply's:D

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It usually has to be paid within 14 days of the hearing if my memory serves me right. Give the court a ring tomorrow and ask them.:D

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Oh yes it's friday today!!! DER TO ME!!!:o

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LOL:D :o

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Sorry Molly but I have not been well and am taking enough medication to deck a rhino a the moment!:)

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As it's a bit of a lull at the moment advice -wise freaky, hang slack and get as much peace as you can - recharge the batteries before the **** hits the fan again bank-wise :) Go on you've earned it, Mate!

 

I'll bet you've got Mrs FL tearing her hair out trying to get you to take it easy...........

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Hi Freaky you don't have to apologise to me if it wasn't for your help and lot'of other nice people, i would have given up. Since i had my stroke i struggle quite a lot doing the simplest of things. Hope your feeling better.:D

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