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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Ok thanks will add the extra paragraph do I post it via a letter or can I do it on MCOL

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    MCOL is simplest (if you can log in and if the number of characters fits of course !) Otherwise you can submit on paper to the court and send a copy to the claimant's sols.
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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Ok thanks my defence is due on the 14th but will send it on the 12th will keep you posted

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Sorry what does claiments sols mean

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    claimant = person named on the claim form as the claimant

    Claimants sols = the solicitors acting for the claimant

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    thanks will keep you updated

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    Well my defence was today so how would I know what the outcome of this court case against me do I wait for letters ?? Thanks

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    Hi
    So you submitted your defence today?

    Next step is to wait and see. The claimants have 28 days ( after they receive it) to decide if they are proceeding . If not the claim gets stayed but can be lifted pretty much when they want .

    To be honest all you can do is wait and see, keep your eye on MCOL to see if there are updates

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    My court day was today I posted my defence on the 12th looked on MCOL and it days my defence was received today

    thanks Warwick will keep my eye out

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Just a quick update got a letter from court saying they received my defence and now I have to wait till Mortimer get in touch with me either to sort it out with me or proceed with court

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    Ok so my defence was on the 14 of June got letter off the court saying waiting for Mortimers next move and should hear something with in 28 days now does this include weekends as they only have a couple of days to get in touch with me MCOL website just says defence recived on the 14th that's it
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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    my defence was on the 14 of April......
    June?

    I believe there is a bit of a backlog with court processing atm.
    You could phone the court for a status update (though if it were me I'd wait a few days).
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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Quote Originally Posted by troubleuk View Post
    Ok so my defence was on the 14 of April got letter off the court saying waiting for Mortimers next move and should hear something with in 28 days now does this include weekends as they only have a couple of days to get in touch with me MCOL website just says defence recived on the 14th that's it
    Standard stuff.

    The Court will serve the Defence on the Claimant, they have 33 days to reply advising if they wish to proceed or the Claim gets stayed.
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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Sorry edited post it was June and thanks for the reply people

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    well its been 34 days if they include weekends and not heard a thing and on MCOL it does not say anything apart from when my defence was received

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    give it a few more days if nothing ring the court to as the latest state i.e. stayed etc?? do not look to much into the situation court always behind with paperwork

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE770 View Post
    give it a few more days if nothing ring the court to as the latest state i.e. stayed etc?? do not look to much into the situation court always behind with paperwork

    will leave it till monday thanks mike for the reply

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    Try not to stress- says me !

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    Default Re: cabot financial ltd + mortimer clarke

    Just looking- if the worst comes to the worst and they produce some docs ( or even if they don't) you could use mediation to make a payment arrangement at an affordable amount- no idea what your circumstances are but say you were in JSA you may get £1 a month - only take em 30+ years to get their money back

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