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Hi, thank you for your message. I appreciate your questions however with what you have explained you would only defend if they claim the overpayment and only if you are certain there was no mention in the terms and conditions of the loan and implications of not completing the course.
But what do you mean you want to claim? They are claiming the money from you, you do not have a counterclaim so really I don't see that apart from being disgruntled that you are being asked to pay the money, you would have cause of action to initiate a claim.
Thank you I appreciate you do write a lot but we are saying the same thing over and over. You have no cause of action to start a claim but you potentially have a defence if the terms and conditions being imposed now where not communicated to you when you took the loan.