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Joanna C
Joanna C
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Last Activity: 9th May 2018, 10:41:AM
Joined: 11th March 2010


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Location
Liverpool- North West with clients all around the UK
Legal System
England
About Me
Joanna Connolly Solicitors is a sole practitioner law firm committed to providing a high level of service, specialising in Consumer Credit, Contentious Probate, and Insolvency. My leading case is Carey v HSBC. We offer a professional friendly service with a clear pricing structure. In the cases of Brookes v HSBC Bank plc and Jemitus v Bank of Scotland plc [2011] EWCA Civ 354, the Court of Appeal confirmed that under CPR 38.6, there is a general presumption that Claimants discontinuing claims will be liable for the Defendants’ costs. In March 2017 we were successful in the multi- track case of [I]PRA Group (UK) Limited v Mayhew [/I]when Recorder Bellamy found that the 2 MBNA credit card agreements were irredeemably unenforceable and the assignment from PRA to MBNA was not proved. Another recent case is the Appeal of John Burns v Nationwide (HHJ Hodge QC where we were successful in appealing a possession order and money judgment for £250,000 made at a summary hearing on the basis that the lender's failure to provide consent for proposed leases over the secured property created an unfair relationship within the meaning of section 140A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. The business premises were returned to our client.
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