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You can make a partial admission - that is the value you accept.
As for the part you do not accept, you need to put this in the defence as to why you do not accept the full amount,.
The defence will be sent to the Claimant who can decide whether to proceed on the full amount.
If the disputed is £10,000 or below it would be a small claim
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estate agency told me that they are not held by the goods and services, for which I thought I could use as the basis for unsatisfactory service - he said the contract is outside this law?
good and services act - sorry!
the amount is £10,200 and the form says it is another £410 in court fees that they claim. finally to my question, should I pay part to him now to avoid full interest charges if I loss, or I could end up with a bigger bill
I had some further questions, are you available for those?
Ok, make sure you keep the substantive claim, excluding interest and Court fees below £10,000
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I don't understand your answer, sorry, how do I keep the claim being made to me from interest and court fees below 10k?
They would still be bound by contract law.
They are also bound by Section 13 of the Sale and Supply Goods Services Act 1982
But when it comes to allocation - after the defence is filed, keep the disputed amount at £10,000 or below. The form will ask you
Does that clarify?
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