It is listed "to consider cost consequences should the claimant withdraw the action in the alternative to provide directions". Time 45 minutes. Yes I have copies of all emails sent over 4 months. We have been fighting them for this refund for over 4 years. It seems ludicrous that a member of the public fighting a clinical commissioning group has to stare bankruptcy in the face over a claim for £9K when the CCG has behaved unlawfully in depriving someone of nhs funded care
Ok - the general rule is if you withdraw from a claim then you are liable for the costs of the other side.
But if you stated EARLY on that you would be claiming interest then you can claim this.
The reality is the Judge wont give you 8%, they will probably give you 3% simple interest.
But you are entitled to interest on a debt.
But if you withdraw from a claim then you are liable for costs.
Can I clarify anything for you ab
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Litigation is by no means certain but if you have a claim then you can use the County court process