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IDEM / TSB Court Papers, illegible CCA, any guidance appreciated 🙏

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    Guest started a topic IDEM / TSB Court Papers, illegible CCA, any guidance appreciated 🙏

    IDEM / TSB Court Papers, illegible CCA, any guidance appreciated 🙏

    Tags: ccj, idem, loan, tsb

  • seduraed
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    Originally posted by Brian785 View Post
    In the Northampton County Court Business Centre




    Claim No:




    Idem Capital Securities LTD

    Claimant




    And






    Defendant




    EMBARRASSED DEFENCE

    1. On the 26th October 2019 (received by claimant 27th October 2019

    Statement of Truth

    The Defendant believes that the facts stated in this Defence are true.

    Signed ________________________________

    Dated ________________________________
    Just to not that the dates in bold are in teh future i suspect the year should be 2018 not 2019.

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  • Brian785
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    MIKE770 Amethyst

    kindest regards

    Brian

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    ​​​​​​​Amethyst

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  • Brian785
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    In the Northampton County Court Business Centre




    Claim No:




    Idem Capital Securities LTD

    Claimant




    And






    Defendant




    EMBARRASSED DEFENCE


    Statement of Truth

    The Defendant believes that the facts stated in this Defence are true.

    Signed ________________________________

    Dated ________________________________

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  • Brian785
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    Thanks Mike, will do this now and post Embarrased Defence when complete

    kind regards

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  • MIKE770
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    Amethyst

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  • MIKE770
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    embarrassed defence at this stage == look read threads and see how the court system works, nothing is straight forward Example Defence stating on such an such requested item - no response etc etc etc

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  • MIKE770
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    SAR to originator


    CPR 31.14 Request t0 solicitors

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  • Amethyst
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    Recon 2013 terms

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