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Old 11-12-2007, 03:51 PM
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Spot on on Young man..thank you
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Old 12-12-2007, 12:16 PM
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I am not getting an email when i have a response to my thread...have only just picked these up.

Will email them both now..thanks
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Old 12-12-2007, 12:32 PM
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NOW ON THE Mcoll claims

we think there is only room to enter one interest rate usually they enter about 18 % ----- however some credit cards have vastly different interest charge rates for

(a)cash advances as opposed to
(b) credit advances

so it is worth checking what ratio you alleged debt is in
If you are any good at maths

However the amount might be negligible


But worth mentioning for others

On reading the rest of the thread see the case is not about cc act
But will leave that bit in for others



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The best way is to ring the court

But remember it now says on the back of a blue court claim (an effective but not marked page 2)

And it now says The day of service ( think this is new as opposed to date) is taken as 5 days after the issue date shown overleaf

[they have at last realised date of postmark does not exist as there is never a postmark due to business post]

have just done a check on a practical case and yes 28 days turns into 33 days [NOTE during the period in question there are no bank holidays ]

this is when you notify that you are to enter a defence to get the extra 14 days

you CAN ALSO make a CPR PART 18 REQUEST ( OR EVEN A PART 16 SO HAVE RECENTLY LEARNED)

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Now there is a “trick” going on with some landlords where somehow they offer you “finance” at about 26% per year on “landlord charges”
Please can you just point me in the right direction of what a CPR Part 18 request is? or even 16
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http://www.justice.gov.uk/civil/proc.../pd_part18.htm

http://www.justice.gov.uk/civil/proc...rts/part16.htm

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Old 12-12-2007, 01:02 PM
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I am not getting an email when i have a response to my thread...have only just picked these up.

Will email them both now..thanks
Yaff,

Go in and reset your User CP regarding the email and it should start to come through in about an hour
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Yaff, once you receive a certain amount of email alerts, the system stops sending them until you log in again. The limit is about 25 alerts then you must log in for the flow to start again.

This is built into the system software and it's intended not save resources by not sending alerts to somebody that isnt able to log in .
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Yaff, once you receive a certain amount of email alerts, the system stops sending them until you log in again. The limit is about 25 alerts then you must log in for the flow to start again.

This is built into the system software and it's intended not save resources by not sending alerts to somebody that isnt able to log in .

They have started to come through again now. Thanks
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Does anyone know if The Terminator is around? He is helping me with this but i cannot seem to get hold of him.
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Yaff I'll PM terminator so he will see it when he gets online later thsi evening, and take a look at your thread.

As regards the invoicing dates, IMHO an invoice is only effective from the date it is issued, that is the date on which any amount becomes liable for both Inland Revenue and VAT. The invoice date is the tax point.
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