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I have got a court date for the 6th sept so far away i havw waited ages but im getting scared now.What if i lose what if i mess up what do i say Argh!!!!

Is it advisable to get a scolicitor? not that i can afford one!!!



Any help advice appreciated thanks

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Hi there


Have a look at this link:




It may help.


Also, personally I don't think there is any need for a Solicitor if you follow all the information and guidance on here, but it's entirely up to you - think about the cost involved, then take that off your claim amount - it might help you decide if it is worth it or not.


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It will be very unlikely that you got to the court steps, abbey seem to have a tendancy to settle within a week or so of the court date. There is no way they will want to set foot in a courtroom.

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My origanal hearing should of been 15th sept then it got put on hold because of this oft case so do i just wait i take it there is nothing i can do


Sorry i sound a bit silly but just checking:confused:

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Yep, just wait for now.

The test case is set to run on to Thursday this week, and the judge has said that he may make a statement about the stays.


One alternative is apply to reloacte to another court -some courts are still hearing cases, but I personally don't see that speeding justice.

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Hi, chickaroo.


Claim them back, I take it your talking about Bank Charges.

Take your claim all the way to court.

Have a look in the Templates Library, which has been updated since the 'test case'.








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So you are in the same place as the rest of us. :rolleyes:


At least the daily interest will be growing for you. ;)



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ive been reading about some people claiming under the hardship cases which i would say am more than capable of doing

im on a programme with cab have 800.00 arrears with my rent 1k arrears with council tax gas arrears suffering with depression live on my own with 2 children but i do work and try.


Question is how do i go about it? and could i do it i had a claim put on stay i think august last year nt floowed it up cos nothing has been happeneing

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