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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter before claim (under the Pre-Action Debt Protocol)
    LETTER BEFORE CLAIM (UNDER THE PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL FOR DEBT CLAIMS) ............. (insert date) .............. (insert customer's name and address) Dear Sirs Outstanding account £............ (insert amount) We are currently owed the sum of £............ (insert amount) and have previously provided you with copies of all relevant documents, including the outstanding invoice(s). However, for ease of reference, we enclose the following: Outstanding invoice(s) Statement of account Copy contract (or details...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter before claim (under the Pre-Action Debt Protocol)
    LETTER BEFORE CLAIM (UNDER THE PRE-ACTION PROTOCOL FOR DEBT CLAIMS) ............. (insert date) .............. (insert customer's name and address) Dear Sirs Outstanding account £............ (insert amount) We are currently owed the sum of £............ (insert amount) and have previously provided you with copies of all relevant documents, including the outstanding invoice(s). However, for ease of reference, we enclose the following: Outstanding invoice(s) Statement of account Copy contract (or details...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Request to court for payment of judgment post admission
    Request for payment of judgment post-admissionThe defendant's admitted your claim and made an offer to pay which you find unacceptable. Use our letter to send to the court together with Form N205A giving your reasons why.AdviceThe defendant's completed and returned Form N9A (admission form) and also set out how they'd like to pay you. If you're unhappy with their proposal, e.g. they've offered to pay only a nominal sum each month and it will therefore take ages to clear the debt, then complete the bottom part...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Acceptance of proposal to settle debt
    Acceptance of proposal to settle debtYou're in the middle of litigation with a court hearing pending. You've just succeeded in settling your claim with the other side. Use our letter to wrap things up and bring about a conclusion to your case.AdviceSettling a case by confirming things in writing acts like a contract - there's an offer and an acceptance. This means that if one side later backs out, they can be sued. TipWhenever you're in touch with the other side (either on the phone or in writing) and you're...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to court enclosing form N1
    Letter to court enclosing Form N1You're all set to issue your claim. Use our letter to the court - it will also act as a prompt to remind you what else you need to enclose to get your claim underway.AdviceAll claims have to be sent to the County Court Money Claims Centre either online at https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/web/mcol/welcome or by writing to: Money Claims Centre; PO Box 527; Salford; M5 0BY.They're then allocated a number (issued) and subsequently sent out by first class post to the defendant(s). TipDon't...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to request court to enter judgment in default fixed amount
    Letter to request court to enter judgment in default - fixed amountYou've issued your claim for an unpaid debt. The defendant hasn't filed a defence within the permitted timescale. Use our letter to send to court together with Form N225 in order to enter judgment in default.AdviceIf you requested the court to send out your particulars of claim, you'll be given Form 205A (notice of issue) which will show the date by which the defendant should reply. This will be 14 days after the defendant received (was served)...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to court to enter judgment not a fixed amount
    Letter to court to request judgment - not a fixed amountYou've issued a claim but you're not in a position to fix the amount. The defendant's not filed a defence. Use our letter to send to the court with Form N205B to enter judgment against them in default.AdviceIf you weren't able to quantify the amount when you issued your claim, you would have been sent or given a Form N205B. If no defence has been filed within either 14 or 28 days (this only applies if an acknowledgment was served by the defendant) then...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter before action for unpaid invoice
    Letter before action for unpaid invoiceIf your customer has failed to pay your invoice and failed to reply to your reminder letter, use this letter to encourage payment before the court process starts AND to give you the evidence required to win your case on the day of the hearing.AdviceOur letter before action should be used in tandem with our reminder letter. This is because the reminder letter specifically provides the debtor with an opportunity to give reasons why the invoice shouldn't be paid. If they then...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Particulars of claim for a debt
    Particulars of claim for a debtYou're owed money. After unsuccessfully begging and pleading, you've decided that the only way that you're going to get it is by suing the debtor. This involves setting out your claim so that both the court and the defendant know what you're after. Use our precedent to enable you to set out your claim both clearly and concisely so that no misunderstandings arise.AdviceYour particulars of claim must always set out the facts of your case. By all means tell a story, but don't waffle....
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