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    Quote Originally Posted by hyperglad View Post
    Thanks Mike, she hasn't actually had a form from the court just a copy from Lowell. Will the court document follow shortly?
    Yes it should.

    If it doesn't then call the court to check if it's on it's way in case it's got lost in the post.

    Royal Mail admits to 'losing' 500,000 items of mail each week.

    Lowells will have sent you a copy of their completed DQ as a matter of courtesy.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana M View Post
    Yes it should.

    If it doesn't then call the court to check if it's on it's way in case it's got lost in the post.

    Royal Mail admits to 'losing' 500,000 items of mail each week.

    Lowells will have sent you a copy of their completed DQ as a matter of courtesy.

    Di
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana M View Post
    Yes you have presumed right.

    Do absolutely nothing until you receive the Directions Questionnaire from the court.

    The court's covering letter (with the blank DQ for you to complete) will make it clear the deadline for response.

    When it's received post up on your thread if you want any help completing it.

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    Thanks she still hasn't received one off the court, should she phone?

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    It might help set your mind at rest
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    Thanks I'll tell her to call tomorrow ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethyst View Post
    It might help set your mind at rest
    Letter was here when we got home from work small track to be filed by 6th April, should she do this right away and does it need posting ?

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    Hi does my daughter need to post the form back or can it be done online?

    Can she put she is not available on the days she's at work?
    it asks for the reasons you want to use your local court what do you need to put?

    Thanks
    @MIKE770

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    1. she needs to be there.

    2. local to her residence. file by the date given.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE770 View Post
    1. she needs to be there.

    2. local to her residence. file by the date given.
    Thanks, she is sending it signed for tomorrow, date is April 6th. It says she will get an email, is this when she replies she has had no documentation from Lowell to mediate about?

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    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

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    Thanks

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    So my daughter got a call from the court about mediation 5th of April. She explained she had no documentation from Lowell and they said it wasn't suitable for mediation and it would be returned to court. She hasn't heard anything since, what happens next ?

    Thanks

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    It will be at your daughters local court now and they should write to her with a date for the hearing ( and for exchange of documents ) They do normally do that within a couple of weeks so it may well be worth a quick call to the court to check the status of the claim.
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    Thanks nothing yet, does it normally take this long, I thought they discontinued it if nothing was received, I'll tell her to call .

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    Daughter has just received her court letter and unfortunately we are away and she is terrified ! It says it's been allocated to the smalls claims track and Lowell must pay £25 by 4pm 7th June or it will be discontinued. Court date 7 July. It says bring all paperwork so I presume in D case it will be all the letters she has sent requesting the information she has never received ?

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    No need to be terrified. You still haven't received anything from them have you with regards the credit agreement etc ?

    See if they pay the fee - sometimes they do, sometimes they discontinue or get struck out - sometimes push it all the way to Witness Statements without having produced any information. When does your letter say exchange of Witness Statements needs to be done by (check page 2 of the letter) or is it simply bring on the day ?
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    Thanks Amethyst and everyone else who has supported us through this.

    D got a letter from Lowell Saturday, saying they had notified the court they were not continuing and they were closing the case...I presume that is the end of that ....thanks again

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    Notice of Discontinuance you mean??

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    Yes

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    Yes Thanks to you too Mike x

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    Well done, hyperglad.

    I bet you are.....hyperglad?

    I'll give @Kati a nudge.
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    Yes it was such a relief especially given D court date was while we were away

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    Ahhhh fabulous news well done you !
    “We may not win by protesting, but if we don’t protest we will lose. If we stand up to them, there is always a chance we will win.” Hetty Bower

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