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    Hi everyone

    RBS have taken me to Court for possession of the property. The Judge has Ordered that,

    'Adjourned generally with liberty to restore to be dismissed if no further application to restore is made by 4:00pm on 5 March 2013.'

    dated 5 March 2012.

    Property was sold 28 March 2012 and redemption figure paid because the charge was not removed at the Land Registry. RBS claim
    dismissed 5 march 2013. I have asked for the money back from the bank. No refund as yet. Any suggestions how to get the money back would be gratefully received


    Thanks
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  • #2
    Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

    How much do the buggers owe?

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    • #3
      Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

      £73,347.38

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      • #4
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        Oh, that's simple.

        Serve them with a Statutory Demand and, if they still won't pay, a Winding-up Petition.

        That's one way to privatise those sods. :rofl:

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        • #5
          Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

          How do I post copies of documents? I have some saved in photobucket

          Thanks

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          • #6
            Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

            You can either link direct to photo bucket or you can click 'Go Advanced' on the Reply to Post box and add files using the paperclip symbol.

            Well done, great result
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            • #7
              Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

              bear with me, i'm trying to sort it.

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              • #8
                Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

                If I have done it right there should be three attachments.
                Attached Files

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                • #9
                  Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

                  A letter from Mr Teerlink to my MP. I was sent a copy from the bank.
                  Attached Files

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                  • #10
                    Re: RBS Group claim dismissed

                    In my opinion, CMS is/was staffed entirely by disingenuous gits.

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                    • #11
                      Hi everyone

                      Is it possible to have two Possession Orders on one property at the same time?

                      thanks

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                      • #12
                        Hi everyone

                        I am still trying to get our money back from RBS bank but it is proving difficult. I have a lot of documents from various Courts and departments which show our progress and the problems a LIP faces.*

                        Is there a limit or restriction on what I can post?

                        Regards Newfoundland*

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                        • #13
                          Hi everyone

                          Attached is a letter I received from the Solicitor's Regulation Authority as part of a Subject Access Request.

                          This is when the trouble started.

                          Regards

                          Newfoundland
                          Attached Files

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                          • #14
                            Hi everyone

                            Attached is a letter I received from NatWest regarding our defence at the first Possession Hearing. The late District Judge Toombs and the bank's representative had never heard of Pigot's case so the hearing was adjourned until the 6 March. The Judge made his Order on the 5 March the day before the Hearing dismissing the banks claim.

                            Unfortunately for us the bank ignored the Order and did not remove the Charge at the Land Registry so when the property was sold we had to pay to remove the Charge.

                            Next step Statutory Demand and a Court hearing at Bristol.

                            Regards

                            Newfoundland
                            Attached Files

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                            • #15
                              Hi

                              I have recently received emails from Shakespeares Martineau solicitors in answer to a Subject Access Request. They say I should contact NatWest bank for information held by Shakespeares Martineau.

                              Itís their view that legal professional privilege (LPP) applies. In your opinion does LLP apply to the emails I have previously sent to them as they have not provided copies of the emails?

                              Due to the SAR sent to the solicitors I have received a letter from NatWest. The letter is mostly fiction as I have not made a complaint to the bank

                              I have been trying to get our money back from bank since they had their Claim dismissed in Court.

                              Paperwork attached

                              3 emails from Shakespeares Martineau

                              NatWest letter (2 pages)

                              Claim Form 1 February 2012

                              Court letter confirming adjourned Hearing until 6 March 2012

                              Court Order dismissing the banks Claim dated 5 March 2012

                              Court letter confirming banks Claim dismissed

                              Deed of Legal Charge banks evidence

                              NatWest Letter (Pigots case 2 pages)

                              6 attachments on this page 6 on the following page

                              This is how it all started but it is only a tiny part contributing to where we are now. Itís been a steep learning curve and surprising how far as Litigants in Person we have got.

                              I would welcome your comments on the conduct of the bank and any suggestions what to do next.


                              Regards

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