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I have used the following as a defence against a small claim:-BO3YM544

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I have used the following as a defence against a small claim:-
BO3YM544
CCMCC 21/05/2015
1.1 Claim states that the claimant and the defendant entered into a loan with Santander in February 2014. The loan was entered into solely by the claimant, prior to becoming married; as such any credit agreement is between the claimant and Santander, and is only signed by one party.
1.2 Any e-mails held by the claimant received from***@******.*** offering any form of goodwill financial aid in the repayment of the loan are subject to Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 and do not constitute a contract in writing.
1.3 Furthermore any verbal offer of goodwill financial assistance was subject to the continuation of the marriage, and following the breakdown due to adultery on the claimant’s part any such offer was revoked.
2.1 ***** ***** has also contributed more than is equitable to the overall wedding, which included 2 aspects, one which was conducted in Vegas and one which was conducted in the UK. Contribution as follows:-
Date Amount Reason Method
03/10/2014 £2,400 Chevin Lodge Final Settlement Barclaycard Defendant Contribution
17/04/2014 £1,000 Chevin Deposit Cheque 100022 Defendant Contribution
13/08/2014 -£1,024 Wedding Spending Money Natwest Claimant Contribution
15/08/2014 £2,445 Wedding Spending Money Natwest Defendant Contribution
26/08/2014 £256 Wedding Spending Money Natwest Defendant Contribution
29/08/2014 £193 Wedding Spending Money Natwest Defendant Contribution
01/09/2014 £64 Wedding Spending Money Natwest Defendant Contribution
29/08/2014 £400 Cash Borrowed Whilst Away Natwest Defendant Contribution
£5,734
All transaction are detailed on the relevant bank or credit card statements attached to the original submission.
Is this sufficient?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ash replied 2 years ago.
Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
What is the claim against you for please?

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