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Hi Everyone, just to update you on my situation. I was granted a decree against LLoyds on May 15th. I wrote and asked for money including more charges, by the time they paid the amount £1043.54, on Monday 4th June. There were more charges that had accrued so I called Legal Dept at Lloyds, prat there said I aint getting any more money, told them if it wasnt in account by end of day Sheriff Officers would go to local branch and serve Charge. Just waiting on my money, they cant recall decree because they choose not to be represented, easiest £400 plus Sheriff Officers fees I have made.

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Hi Lindar, thanks for keeping us posted.

You don't seem to have your own thread. Might be an idea to start your own thread in Lloyds so that everyone can keep a track of your case and that way you will get maximum help. Perhaps someone will transfer your posts to that thread, I can' unfortunately.

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Hi Everyone, just to update you on my situation. I was granted a decree against LLoyds on May 15th. I wrote and asked for money including more charges, by the time they paid the amount £1043.54, on Monday 4th June. There were more charges that had accrued so I called Legal Dept at Lloyds, prat there said I aint getting any more money, told them if it wasnt in account by end of day Sheriff Officers would go to local branch and serve Charge. Just waiting on my money, they cant recall decree because they choose not to be represented, easiest £400 plus Sheriff Officers fees I have made.

I was granted decree for Abbey on 8th May, and when I applied to the court for costs they sent it back with an Extract of Dissmissal. So I was sure from that that you can no longer claim costs? I'm confused? The Abbey had paid up before the court date without appearing?

:DABBEY-WON! £1,359.34

:confused:CAPITAL ONE WON £1,523.27+£39court fees.

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I have an extract of payment and that states the amount decree was granted for, my costs, and 8% interest. I asked for the above and that was what was on my summons at very start in part 4 on Form 1. Lloyds didn't pay up before court date, they wanted case dismissed because they paid £150 into my account a few days before, but my summons was for £710 hence the decree was granted in my favour. I would call your local Sheriff Clerks office to try get sum answers.

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Part 4 on my form I have put... The persuer claims from the defender the sum of £1311.44 with interest on that sum at the rate of 8% from the date of service (together with the expenses of bringing the action)

But after I asked the court for costs they sent me an extract of dismissal, which says The Sheriff dismissed the action against the defender and found no expenses due to or by either party.

How can that be? I spent bloody hours on that claim, and I mean hours on here searching and reading and researching consumer law the time out of my life which is gone now and I can never get back! The paper I used, the ink, the wear and tear on my printer, postage, fuel running to and from post office and court?

Hello, are these not reasonable costs? I think I feel a letter of law coming your way Sheriff!

I'm such a drama queen, but very rarely wrong :p

:DABBEY-WON! £1,359.34

:confused:CAPITAL ONE WON £1,523.27+£39court fees.

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Hi Chocolatte,

 

I think what has happened here is that after the return day you did not go down to your court and sign the papers.

I was doing a claim for my son and I thought that I went to the court after the calling day and when I did go down I was informed that the sheriff had dismissed the case. Today I have received my son's court papers and on the back it says the same as your one. Did you go to the court?

Luckily my son got his money before the court date so he did not loose anything except the sheriff officers fee (which I paid for anyway).

When I did go to the court I was told that we could do something else, sorry forgot what they said, but you could ring them and ask.

Hope this helps a little.

 

Eileen

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