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    Hello, I recieved the above today. And after a Google search, found a thread on here which was very helpful.
    I have completed the AOS online. Do I* need to fill out the response form also?
    One other quick question. The CCA request form. Shall I request that now? Should I make reference to this in the defense form if i do need to complete that? And is they're anything else in should fill out and send at this point.
    Or, after the AOS, do I now wait for a response of some sort?

    Many thanks,* James
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    Now you have done the acknowledgement of service your time for filing a defence is extended to 28 days from service.

    We normally say send the CCA request and CPR request for documents straight away and then you can use their reply ( or lack thereof ) in your defence.

    What was the original debt ?
    Did you receive a pre action letter about a month ago ?

    Could you type out the particulars of claim please - just to check what documents you can ask for.
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