Form

Form N9C: Respond to a money claim: unspecified amount

Use this form to tell the court if you admit liability for a money claim, or about goods you need to return to a claimant.

Documents

Admission (unspecified amount and non-money claims)

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Addefiad (swm amhenodol,hawliadau anariannol a dychwelyd nwyddau) / Admission (Unspecified amount, non-money and return of goods claims)

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A court will send this money claim form to a defendant. The form is also used for other non-monetary claims.

If you no longer have the goods you owe, you can ask the court to decide their value.

If you are admitting part of the claim and defending the other part, you must submit this form together with Form N9 D: Make a defence or counterclaim: unspecified amount. There are strict deadlines for submitting both forms.

You might find it useful to read the ‘Notes for defendant’ on Form N1: Make a claim against a person or organisation.

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Published 1 April 2006