I received a Claim Form from NCCBC dated 4 Apr 2012 and I hand delivered it back to NCCBC 23 Apr 2012 with a covering letter saying that there is nothing for the court to deal with as I would be happy to pay upon proof of the deby with DG Solicitors which they failed to do.
Today 30 Apr 2013 I received a letter from DG Solicitors (dated 26 Apr 2013) saying that thus far the claim has been stayed by which your position has not been prejudiced and we apologise for any delay on our part.
They have sent me a signed credit agreement by myself (which is almost impossible to read) dated 10 Dec 1996 which has not been signed by First Direct (HSBC).
After quite a bit of waffle the bottom paragraph says "In default of a responce from you by 13 May 2013, we are instructed to apply to strike out your defence and enter judment on the full amount due. We shall also apply for our client's costs of the application to be added to the sums claimed from you. Once judgment has been obtained we may take enforcement action against your assets to obtain payment". Also there is a letter which states HSBC -v- Worth, DG Solicitors, Court Number ........, another number ........ dated 26 Apr 2013.
The last letter that I received from DG Solicitors 6 Mar 2012 asking me to call there office within 24 hours, which I did not do.
Can DG Solicitors still act on the Claim Form from NCCBC dated 4 Apr 2012.
A quick responce would be appreciated.
Last edited by CathWorth
on Sat May 04, 2013 5:06 pm, edited 2 times in total.