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    Default Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Issue Date: 25/02/2017
    Amount approx: £1000
    Claimant: Lowell Portfolio
    Solicitor: Lowell Solicitors
    Original Creditor: Next
    Particulars of Claim: 1. The Defendant entered into a Consumer Credit Act 1974 regulated agreement with Next under account reference XXXXXXXX ('the Agreement') 2. The defendant failed to maintain the required payments and a default notice was served and not complied with 3. The Agreement was later assigned to the Claimant on xx/xx/2013 and notice given to the defendant. 4. Despite repeated requests for payment the sum of £XXremains due and outstanding. And the Claimant claims a) the said sum of £xx b) interest pursuant to S69 County Courts Act 1984 at the rate of 8% per annum from the date of assignment to the date of issue, accruing at a daily rate of £0.191, but limited to one year, being £xx c) Costs
    Is the debt Statute Barred? No (Default date Sept 2011)
    List any letters you have sent: CCA & CPA
    Any Other Info: Received a response from Lowell Solicitors confirming my request and noting my intention to defend the claim. 'The account will be placed on hold until we have received the requested agreement and default notice from Next. We enclose the letter of assignment for your perusal. The Deed of Assignment will not be sent to you as it is a confidential agreement between our client and the original creditor containing information you are not entitled to see'.


    What do I need to do now please?

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    First Steps |||

    on hold rubbish ignore their comment they hope you believe them and they gate CCJ by default, the court rules not lowells

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE770 View Post
    First Steps | CCA Request ||

    on hold rubbish ignore their comment they hope you believe them and they gate CCJ by default, the court rules not lowells
    Thanks for replying. What do I need to do now then please, do I give them 14 days to produce the CCA?

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    CPR 31.14 Request have you sent and have you read getting started and acknowledged claim on line and state defend all?

    you seem to have already asked for cca1974 with £1.00 postal order? if so the ball is in their court and you ignore the on hold nonsense the court timetable runs not their s

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    yes, done that

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    o.k. then if you acknowledged on line and stated defend all, need to start thinking about your defence , @Diana M and others may be able to advise.

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    Defence Example | but wait to send off till the day before due could post on here once done for comments amendments etc. also give more detail to the alledged debt so people can get better situation of the case details.

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Thank you.

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    Thanks so much, the example looks great!

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    you will be able to amend it to suit your case others will advise I am sure

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    It is usually a good idea to SAR the original creditor asap for all data held by them.

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Hi, I'm getting a bit confused! Lowell still haven't sent me the documents I requested. The only correspondence I've had from them was the letter dated 9th of March stating that the account is on hold until they get the original documents from Next. The issue date of the court claim was 27th of Feb - do I need to contact the court to tell them what Lowell have said? I don't need to prepare a defence do I, if Lowells haven't produced the documents?

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Don't believe a word Lowell says
    You must get your defence in which is due 33 days after the date of claim which I make 1st April which is i think a sat so by 4pm Friday 31st

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    Is my defence the fact that Lowell have not produced any documentation?

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    Default Re: Lowell Portfolio v Deeb

    I think you were linked to some sample defences so yes
    that and they haven't produced the DN or NOA

    Use words like I do not recall receiving etc , I am not a big fan of telling outright lies. Obviously if you have kept every letter they have ever sent you that is a different ball game

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    Still not heard from Lowell so sending my defence to the court tomorrow.
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