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I am trying to discover how to research a case between Cardy and Natwest. I believe it took place in 2006 as the story was in the Daily Mail (Yuck) on August 6th 2006.

 

Natwest failed to correctly ammend a customers credit record and as a result he was awarded £5000 as Natwest didn't show. On appeal he settled for £4000. I am in a similar situation and I want to know what his argument was.

 

How can I find this case (I don't know the court) and does anyone know how I could calculate a claim figure for years of bad credit?

 

Many thanks all

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I am trying to discover how to research a case between Cardy and NatWest. I believe it took place in 2006 as the story was in the Daily Mail (Yuck) on August 6th 2006.

 

Natwest failed to correctly ammend a customers credit record and as a result he was awarded £5000 as Natwest didn't show. On appeal he settled for £4000. I am in a similar situation and I want to know what his argument was.

 

How can I find this case (I don't know the court) and does anyone know how I could calculate a claim figure for years of bad credit?

 

Many thanks all

 

Court of Appeal cases can be found at British and Irish Legal Information Institute

 

I have tried a serch but got nothing. Are you sure it was Cardy and Nat West and not Information Commissioner v Nat West

PUTTING IT IN WRITING & KEEPING COPIES IS A MUST FOR SUCCESS

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