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BWLegal, impending court case

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  • BWLegal, impending court case

    Hi, going to court in 2 weeks time. Part of my defense is that the original particulars of claim was incorrectly served. I've worded it as follows. Practise direction 22 sets out who may sign a statement of truth. Para 3.10 states that “A legal representative who signs a statement of truth must sign in his own name and not that of his firm or employer”.
    This has not been complied with in the particulars of claim which is simply signed BWLegal Service Limited (included in evidence).

    Is this sufficient for a magistrate to dismiss the case? If so it will be the first hing I bring up.

    Also in their disclosures they are now asking for £168 more than the original claim. Surely this is illegal and they cannot claim more than the original mount they filed for?

    Any help would be appreciated
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