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  • #31
    https://legalbeagles.info/library/gu...uestionnaire//

    Say yes to mediation ( it's useful to have the option )

    Ok.. Will do. Thanks.


    Was there any response from DL or the ICO on the lack of data provided under the SAR ?

    no. no response.

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    • #32
      Hello.

      update.

      I received a Notice of Transfer of Proceedings. David Lloyd's solicitors had asked for the case to be heard in Guildford which is pretty far from me.

      I asked for it to be heard at my home town. The case has been transferred to the Court in my home town for allocation (good news for me).

      This notice was dated 26 September. I will keep you updated once I receive a date. Have not received a date for mediation and this notice states that if i've not received a date as yet, then the team were unable to arrange mediation at this time.

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      • #33
        Date has been set for hearing. Late June 2020. I have been asked to send the Court and the other side, any documents I intend to rely on in Court. Wish me luck. I will of course report back.

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        • #34
          That's a bit of a wait isn't it.

          When do you have to exchange documents and witness statements by ?

          Also when is the hearing fee due to be paid?
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