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Harrison v Link (MBNA) Feb 2011

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  • Angry Cat
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    Re: Harrison v Link (MBNA) Feb 2011

    Maybe, the judgement went over their heads?

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  • cymruambyth
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    Re: Harrison v Link (MBNA) Feb 2011

    Thanks, thought it was surprising that there weren't any questions!

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  • Amethyst
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    Re: Harrison v Link (MBNA) Feb 2011

    Best place to discuss this one Cym is on the Contracts, Repudication, Recission and whatnot thread in the CCA forum Looooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaadddddddddddsssssssss of questions there lol. Contracts, Termination, Repudiation and Rescission - Legal Beagles Consumer Forum

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  • cymruambyth
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    Re: Harrison v Link (MBNA) Feb 2011

    Hi pt thanks for posting this.
    Now the questions start! If you have had a recent CCJ when there were insufficient days for the remedy of the DN, would this judgement be grounds to apply for a set aside?
    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I am ever the optimist!
    Thank you

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