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Interpleading?

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grumpychops1 Fri 15-Aug-14 20:05:28

I hope I've got the subject correct.
Can anyone explain this to me?
If I dispute ownership and it goes to court, high court I've read?? If I lose, as the claimant, what's costs am I likely to incur?
I'm owed enough so certainly don't want to be picking up costs.

vickylu1 Sat 16-Aug-14 15:23:41

It depends what you are disputing ownership over. If you lost, as the claimant you would incur a lot of court fees. You said high court so assuming it's not a small amount of money we're talking so assuming you have got a good deal of acceptable evidence then it would probably be worth going to court. If you're not sure about what you need to do, get researching.

Here's a link to a property dispute to give you a scary idea of how wrong it could go if you lost:

www.sydneymitchell.co.uk/news/wall-ownership-dispute-costs-loser-250k

grumpychops1 Sun 17-Aug-14 12:48:19

It's only a very small amount. The high court thing did concern me but was only what I read on the internet hence my post for advice really.
No property involved and the goods for dispute of ownership is a vehicle.

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