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first post to this site i am getting impatient i sent my allocation questionaire back to court on the 30th of march (taken in by hand) at morpeth court i have heard nothing yet i sent a copy to Lloyds solicitors with a copy of the spreadsheet of charges, will i ring the court today to see what is happening?

 

 

anybody else claiming at morpeth county court?

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Hi and welcome! :)

 

You can phone the court if you want to but I don't think you have had to wait a particularly long time so far. Things can take a while to move along at the court stage but it's nothing to worry about.

 

Good luck. Lucid :)

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*Won unconditionally with contractual interest (29.85% compounded)

Lucid's Account - £749.62 * Joint Account - £2019.64 * Mindzai's Account - £595.65

*All settled in full - 6/2/07

*Hearings - 7/2/07

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hi all

 

well today is the final day for Lloyds to hand in there AQ friday the 13th unlucky for me or for the banks? will i phone the courts after 4pm to see if it has been recieved i phoned yesterday it had not been recieved the court did say that the judge may allow an extra 7 days for the banks (totally unfair)

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Whose side are the judges on?

 

The banks, as far as I am concerned, are given enough time to begin with and besides once the claim is lodged with the court and served on the bank they know what they need to do so why give them an extra 7 days?

 

If they cannot lodge the AQ by the stipulated deadline then that to me is tough tit and game over.

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i live in sotland and have just lodged 4 claims at morpeth using an english correspondence address. would also be interested of others experiences of this court.

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hi all we are claiming back £6658 including interest we are at aq stage but my problem is Lloyds was meant to get there aq in on friday the 13th of april i phoned the courts on that date after 4pm the courts had not recieved it well its now monday the 16th what shall i do will i ring the courts to see if it has been recieved today or shall i just wait and see what happenes help confused.com!!!!!

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I should wait a few days nicole, the couts do alow a couple of days leeway for postal delays (these often happen to Lloyds)

 

Good luck

J

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Total repaid to date £1947.58

 

Lloyds Currrent a/c £745.27

Moneyclaim filed 17th June

Defence and AQ 25th July. Case struck out 11 Aug

reinstated and hearing 15th Jan 2007

 

Lloyds loan a/c D A request expired 19th June

Proceedings under S7 Data Protection Act issued 29th June defence and counterclaim 27 July

Hearing Jan 3 2007

Listed final hearing April 2007-

Judge declared an interest and disqualified himself

new date to be set

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It seems that the banks do not strictly adhere to the time scales set down for them so as Crusty says, give them a couple of days, say untl Wednesday.

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if they still have not got it in by that date what would be the next steps for me to take?

 

would a phone call to [problem] asking if they are prepared to settle since no aq had been sent make any differance??

 

all this is very confusing to me i am very blond and a bit dumb!

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Not being an expert I am not sure of the step to take should the AQ not be filed but I would not think that a phone call could do any harm.

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Lloyds have sent the aq back to court i rang the court yesterday to ask if they had asked for a stay but the lady could nt get the info as the case file was with the judge, i take it the next thing is a court date? where do i find the court bundle info?

 

any help gladly recieved!!

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hi, phoned the courts yesterday [problem] have not asked for a stay (good news) the court said i should have had a court date by now she said she will chase it up and type a letter for us, didnt realise this would take so long but i am geared up for a fight so wont be backing out:rolleyes:

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recieved letter from courts this is what it says

take note that the pre trial review will take place on

10th of july at 11.05am

when you should attend

10 mins are allowed for this pre trial review

 

thats it nothing about court bundle confused as to what will happen now

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from the threads that i have read it would seen pointless to phone them. apparently they just dont want to talk. also if you do want to try and neogoatiate a settlement i think it would probably be best to do it in writing so you have a copy.

Lloyds settled in full

£4010.02:D

 

Halifax CC settled

£417.00 :D

 

Lloyds PPI

£3672.15 Refunded off loan :D

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Hi there!

 

Ok - yes is the answer. When you take an action in the civil courts you need to allow for time and attendance.

 

You turning up and them not shows in your favour but as the Claimant you cannot afford to not be there!

 

A pre trial review is simply ensuring that prior to trial - all parties are on equal footing as sorts in what the trial is about, what is required of you.

 

It sounds intimidating but it isn't! Honest -

 

Have you looked at bundles?

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/33060-basic-court-bundle.html

 

Don't worry at this stage - I feel sure there is a settlement somewhere so sit tight.

 

CJ

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