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Re: Your DEBT Library

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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby letissier14 » Wed Jul 30, 2014 9:41 am

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The Interim Applications Court of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court -
A guide for Litigants in Person - pdf 25 pages

http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/ ... ip_qbd.pdf

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A guide for litigants in person making applications to the Interim Applications Court of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court has been published by the judiciary.

The Interim Applications Court (known as ‘Court 37’) deals with applications for orders pending the final trial of a case in the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court at the Royal Courts of Justice – for example, for an injunction preventing the disclosure of confidential information, working for a rival employer, the disposal of money or property (a ‘freezing order’) or for an order requiring documentary disclosure by another party.

The guide was written by Mr Justice Foskett with assistance from the Citizens Advice Bureau and the Personal Support Unit in the Royal Courts of Justice.

Writing in the guide’s foreword, Sir John Thomas, President of the Queen’s Bench Division, said:

“The purpose of the Guide is simply to set out a few important practical points for a litigant in person to bear in mind when presenting his or her case.”

Interim Applications in the Chancery Division:
A Guide for Litigants in Person - pdf 37 pages

http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/ ... 2013_2.pdf

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This guide is designed to help litigants in person make or respond to an interim application to the Chancery Division of the High Court.

It aims to explain the steps LiPs need to take, and offers tips on the best way to go about it.

It is based on a similar guide for the Queen’s Bench Division published earlier this year, and has been developed by Mrs Justice Asplin and Lord Justice Briggs.

The guide explains: “An ‘interim’ application involves asking the court to do something, by applying for an order or a direction. It is called ‘interim’ because it is something that you need to ask for before the full trial of the claim.

“Sometimes interim applications concern aspects of the management of a case, such as fixing a trial date. More often they are applications for interim injunctions, where a party (one side in a case) asks the court to deal with actual or prevent a threatened injustice where it may be too late to have it dealt with at trial. An example of this would be an application to prevent a party from selling the property in dispute in the proceedings before the trial can take place. In that case, the injunction (the order preventing the sale) would last, at most, until a full trial can take place.

“More examples of the kind of issues commonly dealt with by the applications judges are freezing assets until trial to prevent them being dissipated, enforcing garden leave or covenants in a contracts of employment until trial, delivery up of documents and restraining advertisement of winding up petitions.”

A Handbook for Litigants in Person - pdf 170 pages
http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/ ... Person.pdf

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A guide to appearing in civil cases without legal representation has been produced and published by the judiciary and is available for download from the link at the bottom of this page.

A Handbook for Litigants in Person (LiPs) has been written and edited by:

His Honour Judge Edward Bailey (Editor-in-Chief)
His Honour Judge Neil Bidder QC
His Honour Judge Peter Bowers
Her Honour Judge Alison Hampton
His Honour Judge David Hodge QC
His Honour Judge Peter Hughes QC
A limited number of copies have been printed, in both English and Welsh, with the kind assistance of Linklaters and have been distributed to courts and Law Centres.

In the Foreword to the Guide, Lord Dyson, the Master of the Rolls, explains: “Access to justice is a right not a privilege. That right has in the vast majority of cases traditionally been exercised by members of the public through the services of a lawyer. Over the last ten years there has however been an increase in the number of individuals who have, for various reasons, pursued and defended claims on their own behalf: they have been and are litigants in person (or self-represented litigants). It is anticipated that in the years to come the number of litigants in person will increase and perhaps will do so sharply.

“In an environment where more individuals litigate on their own behalf it is incumbent on the judiciary, amongst others, to do what it can to help them navigate the civil justice system as effectively as they can. To that end this handbook, which is specifically aimed at those litigants in person engaged in proceedings on the multi-track, has been prepared by a number of very experienced Circuit Judges under the lead of His Honour Judge Bailey and has very kindly been produced by Linklaters.

“It should not be forgotten that litigation is not easy, nor should it be embarked upon lightly. For those who do need to resort to the courts in order to enforce their rights, and do so without the assistance of a lawyer, the guidance provided in this handbook will be of real, practical assistance. It is clear and comprehensive. It is detailed and accessible. It will, I am sure, play an important role in rendering the civil litigation process less daunting and more accessible for those litigants who represent themselves. In that regard it will play an important part in helping to maintain our commitment to access to justice as a right available to all.”
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby landlubber » Wed Jul 30, 2014 2:13 pm

Thanks for sharing those great Pdf's, Letissier. It's been handy to follow Karl Lentz and his court info, but it now even better that we're able to put some backbone into it all with your Pdf's. I appreciate your effort in obtaining this info. :D Peace
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby DURhamUnite » Tue Aug 05, 2014 11:51 pm

Question- I am not sure if I am writing this question in the right place. If not apologies!
Can anyone tell me how best to write to a debt collector who has registered a default against the debtor, for a debt that has been satisfied (5 years ago)! I did not see a letter template for this? Seems like the original creditor sold on the debt after the CCJ was awarded... so, unfortunately, I never got to send out the initial template letters on the site! :shock:
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby landlubber » Wed Aug 06, 2014 10:56 pm

Hi DURham unite. Welcome to the forum :D To receive maximum effect to your question it should have been placed in the Dealing with Debt Collectors forum. There are no template letters regarding your particular problem, but repost on the forum mentioned above and no doubt that someone will quickly be able to respond and explain what you could do. :D Peace
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby kats786 » Fri Aug 15, 2014 11:14 am

Hi,

Is there anyone who can help us out with the Banks in CYPRUS????

Very urgent and will greatly appreciate any help...

Love and Light,

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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby letissier14 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 12:17 pm

3 more pdf books added under alternative health

Cure Diabetes in 3 Weeks: What the ADA Won’t Tell You

Extreme Healing: Seven Weapons to Wipe Out Cancer—Naturally

A Breakthrough in the Treatment of Heart Disease
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby jockenglish » Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:05 pm

Thanks letissier, good to see you are still with us, this site needs good people like yourself.

Have a great week :D :D
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby letissier14 » Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:22 pm

Just added:

Grain Brain - 212 pages pdf free download

https://doc-10-bo-apps-viewer.googleuse ... 6e2v5u82vs

The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar--Your Brain's Silent Killers
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Re: Your DEBT Library

Postby freeman1 » Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:59 pm

Hm. Nice listing. Do you know if anyone has created a similar listing for the United States?
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