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Letter of claim (pcn) 5 years later

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      • #18
        hi ostell can you please read through if im doing this right ? and where it says

        To enable me to file my defence and/or counterclaim, I require inspection of documents you mention in your statement of case ahead of filing my defence on xx/xx/XXXX <<<< is this when i got pcn ????

        muchly appreciated
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        • #19
          Just miss out the date, just ask for within 7 days. It's the date when your defence has to be with the court


          • #20
            Okey I've sent everything, whats gunna happen next, what if its unsuccessful, do I have to fight my own case? I don't want them adding more fees on top , sorry this is stressing me out ,I'm thinking to much.... If you could just give me clear idea or some kind of closure on what happens next and what if its unsuccessful


            • #21
              Small claims court track is very limited in what costs can be claimed. It will probably proceed to court but need the docs to defend it

              Have a read of this about charges added on: https://www.dropbox.com/s/16qovzulab...inson.pdf?dl=0


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