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I did my best today to have the stay removed but it wasn't good enough - I LOST!

The Judge wasn't interested, he said he was not qualified to make the decision and it was best to leave it to the high court! He didn't even want to see my court bungle and the solicitor representing Barclays just quoted a lot of legal jargon that i did not understand. The only thing that the Judge was interested in was saying how much of his time had been taken up by Bank Charges hearings! Barclays little weasel scurried off with a smile on his face when the Judge refused to lift the stay - I think it was a case of my time being wasted not he Judges as it was a dead cert of the outcome before i even got in the room - GUTTED sad.gif

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What compound interest is that?

The courts will allow you to charge 8%p.a.

the bank owes me £3k thats less than £20 per month.

When I receive my settlement I will pay off the £3k Barclaycard bill I owe that they are able to charge about £50 interest a month on so it will cost me £1 a day in added interest until this is settled.

 

 

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You aren't guaranteed to get compound interest awarded as part of your claim, but you can get simple interest if it's included in your claim - and, of course, you're assuming you're going to win!

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Im not going down this road again- if took me long enough to work it out for myself!

 

All money they have unlawfully debited is reclaimable.

 

The interest you have been scammed into paying on your unlawful charges was just as unlawfully debited as the charges, and you can claim it back using the same arguments as the charges.

 

Add charges and interest levied thereon, and that is the principal of your claim, compound interest accruing at a daily rate until settlement.

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Hi All,

My claim against Barclays has been defended, with the statement below.

Does this mean that it will be stayed?

 

Thanks

 

"Defence

You are unable to take any further action online on this claim.

 

The Defendant disputes the whole amount you have claimed. Your claim cannot proceed online and will be transferred to the appropriate court for continuation. You will receive confirmation to where the claim has been transferred to shortly."

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tcook5

 

No it just means that it can't proceed any further with MCOL. Your case has to now be dealt with by post/phone etc...

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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Quick Question....

i had my case stayed on 30th Aug in Kingston along with about 20 others. Is it worth me applying for a lift on the stay? i am suffering financial hardship as a result of the outcome and Barclays have continued to charge me (£430 since initial claim). Should i apply or just keep my £35 which will pay my electric bill??

Barclays hearing 30th Aug 07 - now Barclays pay Feb 09!!

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:confused: Hi, my case was won on the 19th of July because of a lack of defense by the bank, the oft went to the high court on the 28th.

 

So my case was won 9 days before that, does anyone know how i stand legally? they tried to apply for a stay for this reason and have changed their minds to an administration error!

 

Im in court tomorrow (13/09/07)

 

Shan. :)

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:confused: Hi, my case was won on the 19th of July because of a lack of defense by the bank, the oft went to the high court on the 28th.

 

So my case was won 9 days before that, does anyone know how i stand legally? they tried to apply for a stay for this reason and have changed their minds to an administration error!

 

Im in court tomorrow (13/09/07)

 

Shan. :)

 

Hiya's

Sorry can't help with your problem, just wanted to wish you luck for tomorrow :D

 

Take care

Debs

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Quick question, hope im on the right thread?

my sons case v natwest has been stayed, they (cleveland combined court) have since sent an allocation questionnaire, do i still complete and send it to the courts within 14 days of issue? should i also include the basic court bundle at this stage?

thanks

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Quick Question....

i had my case stayed on 30th Aug in Kingston along with about 20 others. Is it worth me applying for a lift on the stay? i am suffering financial hardship as a result of the outcome and Barclays have continued to charge me (£430 since initial claim). Should i apply or just keep my £35 which will pay my electric bill??

 

Anybody?

Barclays hearing 30th Aug 07 - now Barclays pay Feb 09!!

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Quick Question....

i had my case stayed on 30th Aug in Kingston along with about 20 others. Is it worth me applying for a lift on the stay? i am suffering financial hardship as a result of the outcome and Barclays have continued to charge me (£430 since initial claim). Should i apply or just keep my £35 which will pay my electric bill??

 

definately, I would go for a lift of stay stating your financial harship and in the alternative request that Barclays stop applying charges untill the test case has been decided as it is putting you in financial hardship and advise the court that you have had a further £430 in charges. I did read somewhere that Barclays were not going to object to stays being lifted but how true that is I do not know.

 

I have also read that that the test case may not now proceed! there was an article on the BBC a couple of days ago and the OFT may announce this shortly. If you find this article in the news section I would take a print out of that article and send it in with your lift of your stay. I have just found it for you.

BBC NEWS | Business | OFT may compromise on bank fees

Let us know how you get on.

 

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Yes £35 without you attending and I believe it is £65 if you want to attend. I would either check on line or phone the courts for guidance. It may be easier and wiser to plead your case in person, because then you can explain to the judge how their charging regime is putting you in fincial hardship.

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