Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd and Another: Misc 4 Oct 2012

Manchester County Court – The claimant sought repayment of insurance premiums paid as payment protection insurance when aking out a loan with the defendants as advised by the second defendant. The second defendant was in liquidation by the time her claim was issued. In pursuing a claim for at the most andpound;5,000, her lawyers had accumulated costs to date of andpound;320,000.

Recorder Yip QC
[2012] EW Misc 24 (CC)
Consumer Credit Act 1974 140A 140B 140C 140D
BindingHarrison and Another v Black Horse Ltd CA 12-Oct-2011
The appellant sought under section 104A to recover a Payment Protection Insurance premium paid in support of a loan. The borrower dealt directly with the lender, who acted as an intermediary with the insurer. The commission taken by the lender was . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromPlevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd and Another CA 16-Dec-2013
The claimant sought repayment of a personal protection insurance premium paid to her broker. The broker was now in insolvent liquidation, and she sought to recover the premium from the next intermediary.
Held: Any limitation of section . .
At County CourtPlevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd SC 12-Nov-2014
PPI Sale – No Recovery from Remote Parties
The claimant sought repayment of payment protection insurance premiums paid by her under a policy with Norwich Union. The immediate broker arranging the loan was now insolvent, and she sought repayment from the second and other level intermediaties. . .

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Insurance, Costs, Consumer

Updated: 31 October 2021; Ref: scu.510059