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    Default Re: TIM vs ARROW/RESTONS (Need urgent help with defence)

    they know they have to produce the info, standard Rectums response template, by the way page one not seen

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    keep as we tell others the letter safe for possible use in court case if needed and goes that far.

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    Default Re: TIM vs ARROW/RESTONS (Need urgent help with defence)

    Sorry, I realised I hadn't blanked out some personal details from the first page.

    I will attach the two pages of the letter here again. Do you think I should just ignore the letter? They seem to be making threats in it.
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    nothing you can do it is up to them to produce as stated above, sure others will comment also! the ball is in their court,


    suggest you read other Restons threads and you will see the method they use, the iidiots and some people believe them!

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    Thanks Mike, so nothing more than intimidation tactics then really it seems.

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    Default Re: TIM vs ARROW/RESTONS (Need urgent help with defence)

    Just a thought, you say you are on JSA therefore you would get fee remission if you needed to force an issue

    Have you thought about making a part 18 request for the Deed of Assignment ?

    No doubt they will refuse again but you could then ask the court to force the issue

    Another option would be , should it come to mediation make an offer at say £1 a month , which I do not think unreasonable if you are on jsa. This would mean no cci as long as you kept up the payments but if you think you have a winning hand then its up to you

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