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Hi there!


My first post can I just say cheers this has been a really helpful site....


Anyway- I'm a tad confused hope someone can help-


After HSBC filed their defence (on the 28th day!) I have now received a letter from the court (Harlow) saying they will dispense with allocation questionnaire etc....


All I received was a letter stating the above and confirming which court would deal with it, and a copy of HSBCs defence...


I did not however receive anything about still having to pay a fee OR anything about having to file a draft order etc-


The first I have read about it is today on these forums and I think my 14 days is up!


I'm assuming that either 1) because an AQ was dispensed with I don't have to do this, OR 2) maybe something was missing when I received this info from court- in which case I may now be buggered!


Can anyone please clarify? Thanks

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welcome to the forum tommy


was the letter actually from harlow court or was it the transfer papers (did you file your claim locally or on MCOL)


EDIT: on re-reading it looks like you used MCOL & have had transfer letters.


what did the letter from harlow say?


an allocation fee may be payable even if no AQ is required. A call to the court will confirm this.


When you have filed your AQ................

New---after 28 Days - Maybe No Aq!!!!!!!

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Ah good point- it may have been transfer papers rather than from Harlow Court- don't actually have them here but I will check tonight and get back later!


Would that explain it? Are the transfer papers merely notification of change of court and then at some point later I will hear from Harlow Court? Guess I should have looked a bit more closely....


Thanks pinkdutchess

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yes thats the normal procedure - you get the transfer papers then you hear rom the local court with the district judges directions. Nudges to DG will aslo begin at this point.


Have a read of the two links in my last post which explain more fully & give nudging examples.


and come back later to confirm

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