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Copy of TCP v Nicholls chronology

chronology for case
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Rachel Wood

on 19 September 2014

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Transcript of Copy of TCP v Nicholls chronology

TCP v Nicholls
Chronology
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TCP and Nicholls enter into a contract for supply and installation of a frost protection system - subsequently, Mr Nicholls pays a deposit of £6,000
Mr Nicholls, sole trader, runs a
farm growing blackcurrants
TCP's engineers install the
system on the farm
19th - 21st February 20XX
Night of 19th - 20th April 20xx
A pipe bursts and the system fails.
Mr and Mrs Nicholls spend night
watering blackcurrants
Mr Nicholls makes a
payment of £5,000
TCP send Pardoe to inspect system.
System is repaired, no charge made
to Mr Nicholls
Mr Nicholls misses an instalment
The balance of £55,000
due under the contract
becomes payable
3rd January 20XX
End of February
20th April 20XX
End of march
7 days later the balance
becomes due
The story so far...
What's the story?.....
Letter before Claim sent to
Mr Nicholls
23rd April
Naughtons instructed
by TCP
19th May
No response received
from Mr Nicholls
20th May
Proceedings issued
and posted out by Court
22nd May
Claim form and
Particulars of claim deemed
served on Mr Nicholls
5th June
Mr Nicholls should file
Acknowledgement of Service or Defence by close of business
Mr Nicholls does nothing!
7th June
Naughtons enter judgment
Mr Nicholls instructs solicitors
who apply to set aside judgment
15th August
Hearing of Set Aside at
Bristol County Court
What happens next?
Full transcript