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    hi, have a claim for 120 from 2015 for a utlity company - do i send a 31.14 request? what would i put on? thanks
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    Originally posted by verity540 View Post
    hi, have a claim for 120 from 2015 for a utlity company - do i send a 31.14 request? what would i put on? thanks
    First, Acknowledge Claim.

    Documents mentioned in the Particulars of Claim are what you would request via 31.14.
    COMPLETING AN N180 DIRECTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE (SMALL CLAIMS TRACK) GUIDE

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      hi, they havent sent me anything, just a paragraph on a page explaining this is the debt and two dates, thing is the claim is a lot less than it would cost to send representatives of this company up from london - shall i just call their bluff and tell the court in my defence they havent sent what i asked for and make no acknowledgement of alleged debt?

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        thats what ive done, hold tight

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          You should file a version of the example defence based on them not substantiating their claim.
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