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Hi all, I had a court date set for 7th september at ipswich county court, but received notice of a stay last week. I would like to apply to have this lifted but the bank informed me it would cost £65.00 which i cant really afford. I just wondered if anybody has actually had their stay lifted as a result before i decide if i should pay it.

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I believe there have been a few cases where the judges have continued the claims following application to have the stay lifted.

 

What is very annoying is that although the test case is only for current accounts, the courts are staying all sorts of claims, including mrtgage claims, credit cards claims ect, now you can apply to have the stays lifted however the courts are still saying you still have to pay the fee, which is non claimable, so because of the courts mistake in staying a claim which has no relevance or bearing on the "test case" you are out of pocket, this issue really need addressing

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It would be very useful if you could post what your local court has told you regarding stay on claims due to the OFT report. We dont need to know what the banks said, we all know they will just tell us that they have a stay and that is that.

Remember that if your claim is involving a credit card claim, then it should NOT be stayed, and if it is you should appeal this decision immediatly.

 

All the below are reported to be proceeding on a case by case basis:

 

1. Barnet Civil and Family Courts Centre

2. Bishop Auckland County Court

3. Blackburn County Court NEW CLAIMS BEING STAYED

4. Bow County Court

5. Bristol County Court NEW CLAIMS BEING STAYED

6. Chichester County Court

7. Croydon County Court

8. Dingwall Sheriff Court

9. Gloucestershire Family and Civil Courts

10. Hull County Court

11. Keighley County Court

12. Kettering County Court

13. Leeds Combined Court Centre

14. Liverpool Civil and Family Court

15. Medway County Court

16. Milton Keynes County Court

17. Newcastle County Court

18. Newport (Isle of Wight) County Court

19. North Shields County Court

20. Romford County Court

21. Salford County Court

22. Scun.thorpe County Court

23. Slough County Court

24. St.Helens County Court

25. Stoke-on-Trent Combined Court

26. Sunderland County Court

27. Thanet County Court

28. Warrington and Runcorn County Courts

29. Wellingborough County Court

30. Willesden County Court

31. Woolwich County Court

32. Wrexham Count Court

 

All the below courts have said SOME cases will be stayed whilst the outcome of the test case is decided, this affects current account claims:

1. Aldershot & Farnham County Court

2. Altrincham County Court

3. Aylesbury County Court

4. Barnsley County Court

5. Barnstaple County Court

6. Birmingham Civil Justice Centre

7. Bournemouth County Court

8. Brentford County Court

9. Bromley County Court

10. Bury County Court

11. Carlisle Combined Court Centre

12. Chester County Court

13. Dartford County Court

14. Derby Combined Court Centre

15. Durham County Court

16. Eastbourne County Court

17. Edmonton County Court

18. Grantham County Court

19. Hastings County Court

20. Hitchin County Court

21. Huddersfield County Court

22. Hull County Court

23. Lancaster County Court

24. Mansfield County Court

25. Morpeth and Berwick County Court

26. Northampton County Court

27. Norwich County Court

28. Portsmouth Combined Court Centre

29. Redditch County Court

30. Rotherham County Court

31. Sheffield Laws Courts

32. Southampton Combined Court Centre

33. Stockport County Court

34. Stourbridge County Court

35. Teesside Combined Court Centre

36. Tunbridge Wells County Court

37. Wandsworth County Court

38. Watford County Court

39. West London County Court

40. Wigan County Court

41. Winchester Combined Court

42. Wolverhampton Combined Court Centre

43. Worcester County Court

44. Worthing County Court

45. York County Court

 

All the below courts have said ALL cases will be stayed, whilst the outcome of the test case is decided:

 

1. Ashford County Court

2. Basingstoke County Court, staying ALL cases from September 3rd, up until then its on a case by case basis.

3. Belfast (Laganside Court)

4. Birkenhead County Court

5. Blackpool County Court

6. Bolton Combined Court Centre

7. Bradford County Court

8. Brighton County Court

9. Caernarfon County Court

10. Canterbury Combined Court Centre

11. Cardiff Civil Justice Centre

12. Chesterfield County Court

13. Chorley County Court

14. Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court

15. Doncaster County Court

16. Exeter Combined County Centre

17. Gateshead County Court

18. Guildford County Court

19. Halifax County Court

20. Horsham County Court

21. Ipswich County Court

22. Leicester County Court

23. Luton County Court

24. Maidstone Combined Court Centre

25. Manchester County Court (Crown Square)

26. Manchester County Court (Deansgate)

27. Newport (Gwent) County Court

28. Nottingham County Court

29. Oxford Combined Court Centre

30. Oldham County Court

31. Peterborough Combined Court Centre

32. Plymouth Combined Court

33. Poole County Court

34. Preston Combined Court Centre

35. Rhyl County Court

36. Rugby County Court

37. Scarborough County Court

38. St Albans County Court

39. Southend County Court

40. Taunton County Court

41. Telford County Court

42. Torquay and Newton Abbot County Court

43. Trowbridge County Court

44. Weston-Super-Mare County Court

45. Welshpool and Newton County Court

46. Weymouth and Dorchester Combined Court Centre

47. Yeovil County Court

 

The situation at the below is still unclear:

 

1. Aberdare County Court

2. Aberdeen Sheriff Court

3. Aberysthwyth County Court

4. Accrington County Court

5. Airdrie Sheriff Cour

6. Alloa Sheriff Court

7. Arbroath Sheriff Court

8. Ayr Sheriff Court

9. Banbury County Court

10. Banf Sheriff Court

11. Barrow-in-Furness County Court

12. Basildon Combined Court

13. Bath County Court

14. Bedford County Court

15. Blackwood County Court

16. Bodmin County Court

17. Boston County Court

18. Brecon Law Courts

19. Bridgend Law Courts

20. Burnley Combined Court Centre

21. Burton-upon-tweed County Court

22. Bury St Edmonds County Court

23. Buxton County Court

24. Campbeltown Sheriff Court

25. Cambridge County Court

26. Carmarthen County Court

27. Central London County Court

28. Chelmsford County Court

29. Cheltenham County Court

30. Colchester County Court

31. Consett County Court

32. Conwy and Colwyn County Court

33. Coventry Combined Court Centre

34. Crewe County Court

35. Cupar Sheriff Court

36. Darlington County Court

37. Dewsbury County Court

38. Dornoch Sheriff Court

39. Dudley County Court

40. Dumbarton Sheriff Court

41. Dumfries Sheriff Court

42. Dundee Sheriff Court

43. Dunfermline Sheriff Court

44. Dunoon Sheriff Court

45. Duns Sheriff Court

46. Edinburgh Sheriff Court

47. Elgin Sheriff Court

48. Epsom County Court

49. Evesham County Court

50. Falkirk Sheriff Court

51. Forfar Sheriff Court

52. Fort William Sheriff Court

53. Glasgow Sheriff Court

54. Gravesend County Court

55. Great Grimsby Combined Court Centre

56. Greenock Sheriff Court

57. Haddington Sheriff Court

58. Hamilton Sheriff Court

59. Harlow County Court

60. Harrogate County Court

61. Hartlepool County Court

62. Haverfordwest County Court

63. Haywards Heath County Court

64. Hereford County Court

65. High Wycombe County Court

66. Huntingdon County Court

67. Ilford County Court

68. Inverness Sheriff Court

69. Jedburgh Sheriff Court

70. Kendall County Court

71. Kidderminster County Court

72. Kilmarnock Sheriff Court

73. Kings Lynne County Court

74. Kingston-upon-Thames County Court

75. Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court

76. Kirkcudbright Sheriff Court

77. Kirkwall Sheriff Court

78. Lambeth County Court

79. Lanark Sheriff Court

80. Leigh County Court

81. Lerwick Sheriff Court

82.Lewes Combined Court Centre

83. incoln County Court

84. Linlithgow Sheriff Court

85. Livingston Sheriff Court

86. Llanelli County Court

87. Llangefni County Court

88. Lochmaddy Sheriff Court

89. Lowestoft County Court

90. Ludlow County Court

91. Macclesfield County Court

92. Melton Moybray County Court

93. Merthyr Tydfil Combined Court Centre

94. Middlesbrough County Court

95. Mold County Court

96. Neath and Port Talbot County Court

97. Nelson County Court

98. Newark County Court

99. Newbury County Court

100. Northwich Magistrates and County Court

101. Nuneaton County Court

102. Oban Sheriff Court

103. Oswestry County Court

104. Paisley Sheriff Court

105. Peebles Sheriff Court

106. Penrith County Court

107. Penzance County Court

108. Perth Sheriff Court

109. Peterhead Sheriff Court

110. Pontefract County Court

111. Pontypool County Court

112. Pontypridd County Court

113. Portree Sheriff Court

114. Rawenstall County Court

115. Reading County Court

116. Reigate County Court

117. Rothesay Sheriff Court

118. Salisbury Crown and County Court

119. Selkirk Sheriff Court

120. Shrewsbury County Court

121. Skegness County Court

122. Skipton County Court

123. South Sheilds County Court

124. Southend County Court

125. Southport County Court

126. Southwark County Court

127. Stafford Combined Court Centre

128. Staines County Court

129. Stirling Sheriff Court

130. Stonehaven Sheriff Court

131. Stornoway Sheriff Court

132. Stranraer Sheriff Court

133. Stratford-upon-Avon County Court

134. Swansea Civil Justice Centre

135. Swindon Combined Court

136. Tain Sheriff Court

137. Tameside County Court

138. Tamworth County Court

139. Truro County Court

140. Uxbridge County Court

141. Wakefield County Court

142. Walsall Hearing Centre - County Court

143. Warwick Combined Court Centre

144. Whitehaven County Court

145. Wick Sheriff Court

146. Worksop County Court

 

 

IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR CASE STAYED CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT TO DO NEXT AND HOW TO APPLY TO HAVE STAY SET ASIDE

 

Please remember that the details in the list can change at any time, so it would be advisable to keep checking back to see the current status of your local court.

 

 

Liverpool County Court is staying all cases although they still make you turn up and put you through the heartache - evil b######s so anybody with a hearing dont hold your breath they also seem uninterested in hardship cases as well

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I would like to apply to have this lifted but the bank informed me it would cost £65.00 which i cant really afford. I just wondered if anybody has actually had their stay lifted as a result before i decide if i should pay it.

 

I believe there have been a few cases where the judges have continued the claims following application to have the stay lifted.

 

What is very annoying is that although the test case is only for current accounts, the courts are staying all sorts of claims, including mrtgage claims, credit cards claims ect, now you can apply to have the stays lifted however the courts are still saying you still have to pay the fee, which is non claimable, so because of the courts mistake in staying a claim which has no relevance or bearing on the "test case" you are out of pocket, this issue really need addressing

 

If the stay hasn't been applied as the result of, or during a hearing you WILL have a limited number of days to challenge the stay - this shouldn't attract a fee, as you aren't making an application regarding an order, but you are challenging the decision itself;

 

NOTICE OF ORDER MADE WITHOUT A HEARING;

Because this order has been made by the court without considering representations from the parties, the parties have a right to apply to have the order set aside, varied or stayed.

A party wishing to make an application must send or deliver the application to the court (together with any appropriate fee) to arrive to the court office within 7 days of receiving this order.

 

If you wait until after this time, you will have to pay the fee as you're effectively requesting the Court to make another order to review the stay order.

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i've got hearing tomorrow for a small sum and bank indicated they're defending. can I put something into court today saying that I beleieve bank are applying for stay and shouldn't be allowed etc? or do I need to do it tomorrow

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Natwest court date 19th September 2007. Natwest applied for a stay but did not send payment. Case carrying on as normal but stay request will be included in file for judge.

NatWest - Rejected partial offer. Ongoing:rolleyes:

MBNA - settled in full :D

Morgan Stanley - settled in full :D

Egg - Settled in full:D

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Hi there, just like to add, that if you are on certain benefits, you can ask for an exemption against paying for the fees for the removal of stay. I too was worried about having to pay this, but after contacting the court, they said i was to fill in an exemption form and send it with my removal of stay notice.Hope this is of help.

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NatWest court date 19th September 2007. Natwest applied for a stay but did not send payment. Case carrying on as normal but stay request will be included in file for judge.

 

Oops should have said this is York County Court!!

NatWest - Rejected partial offer. Ongoing:rolleyes:

MBNA - settled in full :D

Morgan Stanley - settled in full :D

Egg - Settled in full:D

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Hi

i had a general judgement from Northampton and it says that HSBC have to file and serve a schedule in regards to the charges if it does not do this by 1st september then the defence will be thrown out.

I rang the court today and the lady there said that the judgement was still going ahead.

I have had no court date set so i am not sure if i would need to go to court

Has anybody else had this yet?/

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i've got hearing tomorrow for a small sum and bank indicated they're defending. can I put something into court today saying that I beleieve bank are applying for stay and shouldn't be allowed etc? or do I need to do it tomorrow

 

Just take the letter with you, for what it will be worth - if you post/fax it now the Judge won't see it as most County Courts work on a 5 day turnaround for paperwork. (Which is probably the reason they just want to stay all these claims!)

 

NatWest court date 19th September 2007. Natwest applied for a stay but did not send payment. Case carrying on as normal but stay request will be included in file for judge.

 

The Courts have been accepting these "informal" applications on the basis that you've had notice of the Banks' intention to file an application - which is usually heard on your scheduled hearing date, if not stayed beforehand.

 

Be prepared with the standard response to stay application and any specific circumstances you have to argue against the stay, (financial distress, hearing date already booked in, Defendant's litigation style, etc) but it probably will still be stayed, sadly.

 

Hi

i had a general judgement from Northampton and it says that HSBC have to file and serve a schedule in regards to the charges if it does not do this by 1st september then the defence will be thrown out.

I rang the court today and the lady there said that the judgement was still going ahead.

I have had no court date set so i am not sure if i would need to go to court

Has anybody else had this yet?/

 

Looks like this is one Court that is bucking the trend! If you don't have a hearing date, just sit tight and see what response the Court gets - hopefully none and you should win by default if all goes to plan.

 

Again, be prepared to respond to a stay request, as they probably will turn up for the hearing date.

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Reading have refused the stay. [problem] acting for Lloyds nearly begged me for a fax copy

Halifax WON X 2, Northern Rock WON, Capital One WON, Marbles WON, HSBC WON

On the 25th october I will be filing a claim for £175.00 Citicards. Just watch it!

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Hi all,

 

I could do with a little help.

 

I was told last week, during a visit to my local Court office, that my claim was to be stayed and that I would receive written confirmation in the post in a couple of days. Well it arrived this morning and it reads as follows:-

 

 

 

 

****************************

 

 

Before DISTRICT JUDGE WILLIAMS sitting at Caernarfon County Court, Llanberis Road, Caernarfon.

 

 

Upon the Courts own motion. The Court has made this order of its own initiative without a hearing. If you object to the order, you must make an application to have it set aside, varied or stayed withis 7 days of receiving it.

 

 

IT IS ORDERED THAT

 

 

  1. This file be transferred to the Cardiff Justice Centre for consideration by the Designated Civil Judge.
  2. The Small Claim hearing listed at Caernarfon County Court be vacated.

 

All enquiries and applications to be made to the Cardiff Civil Justice Centre, 2 Park Street, Cardiff

 

 

*****************************

 

 

The order doesn't exactly say that my claim is being specifically stayed. I would however, be eternally thankful for any advice regarding the above order.

 

 

HELP

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Hi all, I had a court date set for 7th september at ipswich county court, but received notice of a stay last week. I would like to apply to have this lifted but the bank informed me it would cost £65.00 which i cant really afford. I just wondered if anybody has actually had their stay lifted as a result before i decide if i should pay it.

 

Hi Wriggle

 

I have 2 claims at Ipswich, Abbey and Lloyds, which have been stayed. I have been told by GaryH that as Abbey admit to a breach of contract in their defence, there is a very strong case for having it lifted, which I intend to apply for as soon as I get home at the end of this week. The Lloyds one though is a different matter as they defend on the basis of 'fee for a service' which is what the Test Case is all about, and I'll probably let that one go. Oddly enough I too had an allocation hearing set for 7th Sept for the Lloyds claim!

 

If you're interested in more detail, my threads are

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/abbey-bank/77268-tish-abbey.html?highlight=Tish

 

and

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloyds-bank/85444-jimmyboy-lloyds-tsb-4.html?highlight=JimmyBoy

 

Hope that is of some help to you

 

All the best - Adam

 

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Current Claims (all for friends!) -

 

Abbey - over £4k - Court claim issued & AQ filed ('Tish vs Abbey'). Alloc'n Hearing 21 Sept - Claim stayed 29/8/07.

Cap One - just under £2k - WON (just over 2k!)('Tish vs Cap One')

Cap One - just under £1000 - WON (just over £1k) Nov 07 (JimmyBoy vs Cap One)

Lloyds TSB - £3.5k - Court claim issued, defence rec'd and AQ filed; Alloc'n hearing 7th Sept Claim stayed 29/8/07! (JimmyBoy vs Lloyds')

MBNA - over £1k for mis-sold PPI - WON - approx £1500(IpswichWitch vs MBNA . . .)

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Reading have refused the stay. [problem] acting for Lloyds nearly begged me for a fax copy

 

TB

 

Can you share any more info on the reasons for this please?

This sounds very interesting and most unusual.

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Phoned Darlington CC this morning. Initially told that cases are being stayed on a case by case basis.

 

However the lassy on the phone went to confirm this and came back with all cases automatically stayed.

 

Seems like postcode justice.

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Hole in one Buzz

 

Quite apart from being a monumental injustice, its a complete shambles across the nation. Staff at the courts are not being given any credible guidance and are being put in the front line of massive (and inevitable) consumer complaint.

 

Whilst I have nothing but disgust for the way that the courts are supporting the banks profiteering and profiting themselves at our expense, I feel sorry for the shabby way that their staff are being used in this pathetic and incompetent way.

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hey ,

just receive a letter from DG sollicitors saying that they have applied with the OFT and FOS for a stay on the case. and that the FSA has agreed to that .. my claim started in beginning of april and is still being carried on ,..... thats not fair ... the bank was defending the case on a different issue other than the unfair bk chgs. i dont know whats next,,, need to wait until the test case is being resolve i suppose... can we get the stay off .......

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It would be very useful if you could post what your local court has told you regarding stay on claims due to the OFT report. We dont need to know what the banks said, we all know they will just tell us that they have a stay and that is that.

Remember that if your claim is involving a credit card claim, then it should NOT be stayed, and if it is you should appeal this decision immediatly.

 

All the below are reported to be proceeding on a case by case basis:

 

1. Barnet Civil and Family Courts Centre

2. Bishop Auckland County Court

3. Blackburn County Court NEW CLAIMS BEING STAYED

4. Bow County Court

5. Bristol County Court NEW CLAIMS BEING STAYED

6. Chichester County Court

7. Croydon County Court

8. Dingwall Sheriff Court

9. Gloucestershire Family and Civil Courts

10. Hull County Court

11. Keighley County Court

12. Kettering County Court

13. Leeds Combined Court Centre

14. Medway County Court

15. Milton Keynes County Court

16. Newcastle County Court

17. Newport (Isle of Wight) County Court

18. North Shields County Court

19. Reading County Court

20. Romford County Court

21. Salford County Court

22. Scun.thorpe County Court

23. Slough County Court

24. St.Helens County Court

25. Stoke-on-Trent Combined Court

26. Sunderland County Court

27. Thanet County Court

28. Warrington and Runcorn County Courts

29. Wellingborough County Court

30. Willesden County Court

31. Woolwich County Court

32. Wrexham Count Court

 

All the below courts have said SOME cases will be stayed whilst the outcome of the test case is decided, this affects current account claims:

1. Aldershot & Farnham County Court

2. Altrincham County Court

3. Aylesbury County Court

4. Barnsley County Court

5. Barnstaple County Court

6. Birmingham Civil Justice Centre

7. Bournemouth County Court

8. Brentford County Court

9. Bromley County Court

10. Bury County Court

11. Carlisle Combined Court Centre

12. Chester County Court

13. Dartford County Court

14. Derby Combined Court Centre

15. Durham County Court

16. Eastbourne County Court

17. Edmonton County Court

18. Grantham County Court

19. Hastings County Court

20. Hitchin County Court

21. Huddersfield County Court

22. Hull County Court

23. Lancaster County Court

24. Liverpool Civil and Family Court

25. Mansfield County Court

26. Morpeth and Berwick County Court

27. Northampton County Court

28. Norwich County Court

29. Portsmouth Combined Court Centre

30. Redditch County Court

31. Rotherham County Court

32. Sheffield Laws Courts

33. Southampton Combined Court Centre

34. Stockport County Court

35. Stourbridge County Court

36. Teesside Combined Court Centre

37. Tunbridge Wells County Court

38. Wandsworth County Court

39. Watford County Court

40. West London County Court

41. Wigan County Court

42. Winchester Combined Court

43. Wolverhampton Combined Court Centre

44. Worcester County Court

45. Worthing County Court

46. York County Court

 

All the below courts have said ALL cases will be stayed, whilst the outcome of the test case is decided:

 

1. Ashford County Court

2. Basingstoke County Court, staying ALL cases from September 3rd, up until then its on a case by case basis.

3. Belfast (Laganside Court)

4. Birkenhead County Court

5. Blackpool County Court

6. Bolton Combined Court Centre

7. Bradford County Court

8. Brighton County Court

9. Caernarfon County Court

10. Canterbury Combined Court Centre

11. Cardiff Civil Justice Centre

12. Chesterfield County Court

13. Chorley County Court

14. Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court

15. Darlington County Court

16. Doncaster County Court

17. Exeter Combined County Centre

18. Gateshead County Court

19. Guildford County Court

20. Halifax County Court

21. Horsham County Court

22. Ipswich County Court

23. Leicester County Court

24. Luton County Court

25. Maidstone Combined Court Centre

26. Manchester County Court (Crown Square)

27. Manchester County Court (Deansgate)

28. Newport (Gwent) County Court

29. Nottingham County Court

30. Oxford Combined Court Centre

31. Oldham County Court

32. Peterborough Combined Court Centre

33. Plymouth Combined Court

34. Poole County Court

35. Preston Combined Court Centre

36. Rhyl County Court

37. Rugby County Court

38. Scarborough County Court

39. St Albans County Court

40. Southend County Court

41. Taunton County Court

42. Telford County Court

43. Torquay and Newton Abbot County Court

44. Trowbridge County Court

45. Weston-Super-Mare County Court

46. Welshpool and Newton County Court

47. Weymouth and Dorchester Combined Court Centre

48. Yeovil County Court

 

The situation at the below is still unclear:

 

1. Aberdare County Court

2. Aberdeen Sheriff Court

3. Aberysthwyth County Court

4. Accrington County Court

5. Airdrie Sheriff Cour

6. Alloa Sheriff Court

7. Arbroath Sheriff Court

8. Ayr Sheriff Court

9. Banbury County Court

10. Banf Sheriff Court

11. Barrow-in-Furness County Court

12. Basildon Combined Court

13. Bath County Court

14. Bedford County Court

15. Blackwood County Court

16. Bodmin County Court

17. Boston County Court

18. Brecon Law Courts

19. Bridgend Law Courts

20. Burnley Combined Court Centre

21. Burton-upon-tweed County Court

22. Bury St Edmonds County Court

23. Buxton County Court

24. Campbeltown Sheriff Court

25. Cambridge County Court

26. Carmarthen County Court

27. Central London County Court

28. Chelmsford County Court

29. Cheltenham County Court

30. Colchester County Court

31. Consett County Court

32. Conwy and Colwyn County Court

33. Coventry Combined Court Centre

34. Crewe County Court

35. Cupar Sheriff Court

36. Dewsbury County Court

37. Dornoch Sheriff Court

38. Dudley County Court

39. Dumbarton Sheriff Court

40. Dumfries Sheriff Court

41. Dundee Sheriff Court

42. Dunfermline Sheriff Court

43. Dunoon Sheriff Court

44. Duns Sheriff Court

45. Edinburgh Sheriff Court

46. Elgin Sheriff Court

47. Epsom County Court

48. Evesham County Court

49. Falkirk Sheriff Court

50. Forfar Sheriff Court

51. Fort William Sheriff Court

52. Glasgow Sheriff Court

53. Gravesend County Court

54. Great Grimsby Combined Court Centre

55. Greenock Sheriff Court

56. Haddington Sheriff Court

57. Hamilton Sheriff Court

58. Harlow County Court

59. Harrogate County Court

60. Hartlepool County Court

61. Haverfordwest County Court

62. Haywards Heath County Court

63. Hereford County Court

64. High Wycombe County Court

65. Huntingdon County Court

66. Ilford County Court

67. Inverness Sheriff Court

68. Jedburgh Sheriff Court

69. Kendall County Court

70. Kidderminster County Court

71. Kilmarnock Sheriff Court

72. Kings Lynne County Court

73. Kingston-upon-Thames County Court

74. Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court

75. Kirkcudbright Sheriff Court

76. Kirkwall Sheriff Court

77. Lambeth County Court

78. Lanark Sheriff Court

79. Leigh County Court

80. Lerwick Sheriff Court

81. Lewes Combined Court Centre

82. Lincoln County Court

83. Linlithgow Sheriff Court

84. Livingston Sheriff Court

85. Llanelli County Court

86. Llangefni County Court

87. Lochmaddy Sheriff Court

88. Lowestoft County Court

89. Ludlow County Court

90. Macclesfield County Court

91. Melton Moybray County Court

92. Merthyr Tydfil Combined Court Centre

93. Middlesbrough County Court

94. Mold County Court

95. Neath and Port Talbot County Court

96. Nelson County Court

97. Newark County Court

98. Newbury County Court

99. Northwich Magistrates and County Court

100. Nuneaton County Court

101. Oban Sheriff Court

102. Oswestry County Court

103. Paisley Sheriff Court

104. Peebles Sheriff Court

105. Penrith County Court

106. Penzance County Court

107. Perth Sheriff Court

108. Peterhead Sheriff Court

109. Pontefract County Court

110. Pontypool County Court

112. Pontypridd County Court

113. Portree Sheriff Court

114. Rawenstall County Court

115. Reigate County Court

116. Rothesay Sheriff Court

117. Salisbury Crown and County Court

118. Selkirk Sheriff Court

119. Shrewsbury County Court

120. Skegness County Court

121. Skipton County Court

122. South Sheilds County Court

123. Southend County Court

124. Southport County Court

125. Southwark County Court

126. Stafford Combined Court Centre

127. Staines County Court

128. Stirling Sheriff Court

129. Stonehaven Sheriff Court

130. Stornoway Sheriff Court

131. Stranraer Sheriff Court

132. Stratford-upon-Avon County Court

133. Swansea Civil Justice Centre

134. Swindon Combined Court

135. Tain Sheriff Court

136. Tameside County Court

137. Tamworth County Court

138. Truro County Court

139. Uxbridge County Court

140. Wakefield County Court

141. Walsall Hearing Centre - County Court

142. Warwick Combined Court Centre

143. Whitehaven County Court

144. Wick Sheriff Court

145. Worksop County Court

 

IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR CASE STAYED CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT TO DO NEXT AND HOW TO APPLY TO HAVE STAY SET ASIDE

 

Please remember that the details in the list can change at any time, so it would be advisable to keep checking back to see the current status of your local court.

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Icy

 

Can I just ask for a bit of your greater knowledge here mate. I had the stay order from Peterborough County Court, quoting the OFT ruling. Not so swiftly followed by a letter (standard I guess) from DG solicitors acting for HSBC.

 

They quote the "fairness and legality" of bank charges and they (the solicitors) are confident that HSBC's charges are" fair, transparent and lawful".

 

I know I could just use the standard application for the stay to be lifted - but is that not a bit long-winded? Could I use the fact that HSBC had offered me £1,300 (without prejudice) to settle back in April, thus in itself being admission that their charges were onerous? I realise that "without prejudice" offers are off the record, but surely they are acting unreasonably to then "forget" this ever happened. I am inclined to call off the Court action altogether and write to them and say bugger this just give me the £1300 (loss of £700 if I do). I know they won't pay even so but has ayone tried this?

 

What do you suggest?

 

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Hi Jez,

 

This is all down to how you feel personally about the issue - if you have an offer that you want to accept, no one is going to tell you not to in order to "fight the crusade" here. It's your claim - yes, we can advise/assist, but ultimately it's your call as to how to continue.

 

I'll quote Martin from MSE - don't get sucked in to the challenge! Think about how this effects you, financially, mentally and emotionally and weigh up if you want to continue.

 

If you don't, that's fine, no one will think any less of you - in fact, well done for even getting this far as you must have faced some challenges along the way already.

 

If you do, that's fine as well - but don't do it for the wrong reasons. Make sure you know what's instore and be prepared for more challenges along the way.

 

For me, an offer of £1k on a £4k claim just isn't worth it. If I was in your position, I would probably accept what you have now - remember, there is always a chance that "we" may lose on the test case outcome! On the other hand, the TC is all about "laws" that have been around for over 200 years - all of a sudden these "laws" aren't "good laws"? I don't think so! How can they overturn 200 years of precedent without putting the whole of society in general in strife? It's highly unlikely, in my opinion - but not impossible.

 

Hope this helps...

 

P.S. Have you started your own thread, as this post best fits there? (Sorry to HiJack, ICY!)

 

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