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  • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

    Hi Rico,

    Have you also considered negligence, breach of contract and malicious falsehood as part of your claim? Or are you just going on the basis of defamation?
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    • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

      Im kinda concerned that Henderson v Henderson may catch you here as you have already litigated these issues or at least similar issues to this and therefore you should have brought the other claims at the same time
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      • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

        Hi Rob,

        I''ve based the new claim on fraud. The bank created an account in my name knowing that nothing was being bought. No breach of contract as there shouldn't have been one. Malicious falsehood is now the primary claim for damages following the conspiracy to defraud by unlawful means, the fraudulent misrepresentation and ongoing intentional harm.

        Fraud then rather than mere negligence.

        Cheers,

        Rico.

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        • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

          Originally posted by pt2537 View Post
          Im kinda concerned that Henderson v Henderson may catch you here as you have already litigated these issues or at least similar issues to this and therefore you should have brought the other claims at the same time
          Thanks PT,

          Concerns noted. Fraud shouldn't be considered "similar" to negligence. If we had litigated all the different ways I've been shafted by the bank we'd never have finished.

          The bank knows well that it's shafted us and continues to do so. Expecting to get away with it on the basis that it was with a lead piping rather than a candlestick with the help of a bent judiciary isn't how things should be.

          Res judicata wasn't introduced to defeat justice but many perpetrators are being allowed to use it as a defence. It's time for the abuse to end. The problem is possibly that the judiciary has become too rotten and untouchable.

          Henderson wasn't actually quoted. A whole heap of other meaningless twaddle has been though.

          Cheers,

          Rico

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          • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

            Last April(19) I won a case brought against me by Lowells on an unadmitted debt passed on to them by EE.Started in 2010 .I represented myself.Judge struck out the case that there was no visible agreement, claimants couldn't prove claim with documents and that the claim lacked merit.For upwards of 7 years my credit worthiness was under rabid attack from EE and Lowells.Plus a carefully prepared cocktail of threats, harrassment by letters, nuisance phone calls.Was refused credit on many occasions.The default notice was wrongfully issued on a phantom debt......the main reason case was thrown out. Do I have any grounds for claiming damages for damaging my credit worthiness from either Lowells or EE?

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            • Re: General damages for damage to creditworthiness.

              Hi Rodejay,

              I've been away a while. I even tried to get elected since I've discovered that none of the main political parties will provide honest judges nor protect victims from the dishonesty of the current lot.

              If EE defaulted you for a debt that didn't exist, you could claim.

              Cheers,

              Rico.

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