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Alliance&Leicester Northern Ireland



I am having serious problems and I cant work out what to do?? IF you can help me please do:o


Heres where I am now.............


I applied online through CourtsNI for small claims sitting - The online system would not accept the BOOTLE MERSEYSIDE Address so I used MY local branch address. They responded by saying they needed more details - I phoned and emailed them back explained what I had done and provided the other info they needed - they said this was fine - I recieved a letter this morn in the post stating-----------


" I am unable to process your documentation until the undernoted matters are attended to.


Your small claims application requires service in England/Wales. I have endorsed the application with the required certification, which you are required to sign and date before returning. Before you decide to proceed with the application it is important that you are aware of the following factors:

1. It takes longer to obtain a decree as additional time is required for service outside the Jurisdiction.

2. If you are unsuccessful in obtaining a decree and you wish to enforce it, you can only enforce it through the enforcement procedures in ENGLAND/WALES.

3. It is possible in most cases to initiate proceedings in ENGLAND/WALES where the defendant RESIDES.

blah blah blah

However, if after considering these factors you decide that you do wish to proceed in this jurisdition, please return the forms and I will process them for service.


What are we little islanders meant to do????:mad: :mad:

PLEASE HELP the clocks ticking


thanx Jen

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Northern Ireland Small Claims Guide and new NI online claims service


Sorry for some reason I can not do links today - its probably me - but I will blame it on the computer:evil:


go to search button - go advanced - look for threads by Bank fodder and you will find titled as above. See if that helps . or do a general search on Northern Ireland and see what comes up.


Come back to us if that does not help.



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Please note I am not an expert - I am not offering opinions or legal help - Please use all the information provided on the site in FAQ- step by step instructions and library- thanks Jansus:)


offer from A&L 24/8/07 - after case stayed


"What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well." - Antione de Saint Exupery




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  • 2 weeks later...

I also claimed from NI. I used the Carlton Park, Narborough, LA19 0AL address. I got the same thing as you from the courts but agreed to it. It did take a bit longer but not too much longer. HTH.

Data Protection Act sent to A&L 7 August 2006

Prelim Letter sent 1st class recorded 7 November 2006

Settled in full April 2007

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Alliance & leicester £720 + % + costs = approx. £1100


Hi to all u busy ppl

(I hope you are not too discouraged with the recent OFT announcement).


Heres where I am now at now

Online claim registered 13th June A&L did not defend so I applied for a default decree on 9th Aug I recieved A Decree For Assessment in a small claim action which stated:


"No notice and/or counterclaim has been recieved from the respondent, it it is this day ordered and decreed that the applicant DO recover from the respondent an amount to be decided by the Disrict Judge."


:cool: Now I am no genius but this looks to me like I am winning so far:D

(The Court has not put a Stay on this case)

I then recieved a letter from the Courts:


Small Claims Assessment

" Take Notice that the above matter has been listed before the district Judge............17th October2007

If you are the applicant you are required to attend the hearing and bring all the relevant documents with you.

If you are the respondent you may attend the hearing if you wish but you must inform the applicant and the office in writing if you intend to do so.


correct me plz if I am wrong but i think its almost over & I will be transferring to the success pages heheeee

Thank u to all who helped & supported me threw this.. x

TO any1 at the beginning of their claim Plough on & keep Focused it really is worth it.. x

Jenny Xx

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