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  • suzysue's Avatar
    Today, 20:51:PM
    Loan was made under duress?
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  • Diana M's Avatar
    Today, 20:50:PM
    Hello Nelsonian :) I'd like to help you with your claim if I can. Try not to be sidetracked by chatter and background noise. This appears to be a claim for over £15k which may be allocated to the Fast Track (where the loser pays the winners...
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  • warwick65's Avatar
    Today, 20:45:PM
    Suzy you are comparing eggs and fish The carey judgement was about s77-79 not execution of the agreement. I think ink I may disagree with Kati and say, if a genuine copy of the original agreement existed that may suffice but they need...
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  • Debt Camel's Avatar
    Today, 20:36:PM
    Debt Camel replied to a thread lizzyann13 in Welcome Forum
    who is the advisor you have employed? Apart from alledged benefit overpayments and council tax arrears, what other debts do you have with StepChange? How much are you paying them a month for a DMP?
    1 replies | 87 view(s)
  • suzysue's Avatar
    Today, 20:36:PM
    CAREY V HSBC BANK PLC, YUNIS V BARCLAYS BANK PLC AND SIMILAR: QBD 23 DEC 2009 March 11, 2017 dls Banking, Consumer, carey_hsbcQBD2009 References: EWHC 3417 (QB), Bus LR 1142, CTLC 103 Links: Bailii, Times Coram: Waksman QC J ...
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  • suzysue's Avatar
    Today, 20:29:PM
    Ask your boss this...... What if i keep the original signed agreement and burn it?
    13 replies | 43 view(s)
  • Diana M's Avatar
    Today, 20:23:PM
    Are you sure about that? I'm not. My boss made that clear when she was the leading solicitor in the Carey v HSBC case http://www.joannaconnollysolicitors.co.uk/ Even if you were right (and I don't believe you are) there are many other...
    13 replies | 43 view(s)
  • suzysue's Avatar
    Today, 20:16:PM
    Kati, so your saying that if the creditor does not send copy of signed agreement then debtor can run off with the ££££
    13 replies | 43 view(s)
  • warwick65's Avatar
    Today, 20:13:PM
    http://legalbeagles.info/forums/showthread.php?751-Consumer-Credit-Act-1974-Basic-Request-for-Original-Copy-of-Agreement There is the link the for Cca request. I would suggest the more in depth one, I think it's the third post down. Send it...
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  • suzysue's Avatar
    Today, 20:13:PM
    Good Luck
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  • MIKE770's Avatar
    Today, 20:12:PM
    MIKE770 replied to a thread Lowell court letter in Money & Debt
    then when asked at mediation has she documents she need to continue say No, mediation will state not suitable for mediation and refer back to the court system
    59 replies | 2088 view(s)
  • Poki12's Avatar
    Today, 20:08:PM
    Thank u so much. what should be my next step after?. Is there a possibility that the default is not statute barred.? - - - Updated - - - Thank u so much. what should be my next step after?. Is there a possibility that the default is not...
    3 replies | 99 view(s)
  • Kati's Avatar
    Today, 19:55:PM
    Kati replied to a thread Cabot and Restons CCJ in Welcome Forum
    pre 2007 a reconstituted agreement will only suffice if the dca can provide statements/letters etc... PLUS it has to have all the amendments that have occurred between then and now - and PROVE the OP took out the debt and acknowledged it (easier...
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  • Warpa's Avatar
    Today, 19:55:PM
    Thanks you so Much! I may actually be able to get some sleep tonight. I do suffer from anxiety and panic attacks without all this. I'll leave this thread for tonight and see where it goes as my head is in a pickle at the moment. But just a recap;...
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  • Debt Camel's Avatar
    Today, 19:53:PM
    You can say you will accept the offer provided they confirm in writing that the debt will not be sold to a third party.
    1 replies | 148 view(s)
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