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  • They should but wouldn't rely on it. It is also downloadable from the .GOV website but I've attached it for ease.
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    • Perfect thank you. Should I just end it with my defence? Do I send a copy to Lowell to or just the courts? Does it just go to the county court my case it at?

      Do I tick Yes to A1 (Mediation)?

      D2. No?

      D3. Will I class myself as her witness as I am her Lay Rep or would will it just be 1 (herself)

      Thanks

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      • Iíve followed the guide on here for the questionaire just the questions above that are open

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        • A1 is optional, usually recommended but as they haven't complied with your CCA request I see no point in agreeing to mediation since they can't enforce the agreement anyway. Unless that agreement is provided between now and a court hearing (which by the way will be delayed if you agree to mediation) there's only one way I see this going and that will be a discontinuation of the claim.

          D2 is correct.

          D3 is 1 witness which is the defendant, not you. You will be submitting a witness statement in her name, so unless there are any further witness statements, the number will be 1.
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          • Originally posted by R0b View Post
            A1 is optional, usually recommended but as they haven't complied with your CCA request I see no point in agreeing to mediation since they can't enforce the agreement anyway. Unless that agreement is provided between now and a court hearing (which by the way will be delayed if you agree to mediation) there's only one way I see this going and that will be a discontinuation of the claim.

            D2 is correct.

            D3 is 1 witness which is the defendant, not you. You will be submitting a witness statement in her name, so unless there are any further witness statements, the number will be 1.
            R0b Great thanks for your advice!

            will get it all sent off tomorrow should I include a copy of the directions questionaire to Lowell? It has my phone number on it but I donít want them to have it.

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            • Defence and Directions Questionnaire have been filed to the court I have also served the claimant a copy

              I will post any updates as and when they happen

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              • Fingers crossed for an early discontinuance xxxx
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                • Originally posted by Amethyst View Post
                  Fingers crossed for an early discontinuance xxxx
                  Hope so!

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