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Think my Claim has taken a new direction is it usual???


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Advice Please,

Phoned the MCOl today and spoke to Becky who was very helpful.

 

I submitted my claim on the 30th May - Lloyds Entered a defence on the 12th June and on the 22nd it was refered to Chesterfield Court.

 

I have not received any paperwork or anything from the court.

 

I have phoned up the court and the case has been refered to a Judge Butler for Special directions which is aparently what they do with these claims at Chesterfield.

 

I have been told that they are unsure as to when Judge Butler is next in but probably in the Next couple of weeks.

 

I have a couple of questions that I could do with help on -

 

1. Is this Usual

2. What usually happens from here

3. Has anybody got any experience of Mr Judge Butler

4. It it right that I feel I have not a clue what is going on!! ;)

 

All comment welcomed

 

Cheers

BobbyG

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Have you asked the court what is ment by "Special" directions as the term is vague ?

 

May just be a case of the DJ ordering certain things be done, ie serving of papers etc, and it just sounds scarey.

 

Don't panic.

Be VERY careful whose advice you listen too

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No they did not define what special directions meant.

 

Not panicing as such - just do not want to be a experiment for a new way of dealing with these claims lol.

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Special direcrtions are any non-standard directions. In this case it will almost certainly be the directions as per our draft order.

 

Assuming it is, see this thread for guidance on how to comply -

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/57708-draft-order-allocation-questionnaires.html#post482150

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Just wait to hear from the court.

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