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  • Wazzer1979's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:58:PM
    Wazzer1979 replied to a thread Council Tax Court in Welcome Forum
    Hi I found a document, but I have found it difficult to interpret The Council Tax (Demand Notices) (England) Regulations 2011 I believe every should pay the bills and taxes, but it's choice between putting food on table for the kids or...
    6 replies | 127 view(s)
  • bobsfrancis's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:25:PM
    Hi Charitynjw, They don't say they are putting it on hold, just that no further action on this matter. I think i need to ask further clarification from them. For example why no further action, and will i receive the CCA that i requested from...
    14 replies | 579 view(s)
  • Diana M's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:09:PM
    I appreciate and am somewhat flattered by your request for my help with this urgent legal situation, but as previously explained I'm not in a position to help you on the forum for these reasons: Di
    139 replies | 4523 view(s)
  • musicmonkey's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:54:PM
    Hi I do not seem to be able to fill in the county court forum form - it says my message is too short please increase by 4 characters? I have tried all variations but to no avail. Any help would be great.
    0 replies | 27 view(s)
  • seduraed's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:34:PM
    It is very unlikely that a sealed unit on a conservatory will cost anything like £500. Thierry best bet is to talk to the neighbours again and get in touch with a double glazing repair company. The localocal one is called the double glazing doctor....
    7 replies | 69 view(s)
  • Barney74's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:33:PM
    Thanks des8, unfortunately the friend I bought the car from is on holiday on the court date, if they allow my kids and my partner to be witnesses then I am covered! Hopefully it can be resolved, can't afford to be fined for an offence I haven't...
    12 replies | 73 view(s)
  • des8's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:25:PM
    All these people can threaten all they like. The person responsible for the damage is the person who threw the stone. There is no proof who that was. It might be in a civil court that it is accepted on the balance of probabilities that your...
    7 replies | 69 view(s)
  • warwick65's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:12:PM
    As far as I know PRA are registered https://register.fca.org.uk/shpo_searchresultspage?search=PRA+group&TOKEN=3wq1nht7eg7tr By the way was the claim 14000 (thousand, as you said in post 4 or nearer the 1500 from post 26
    139 replies | 4523 view(s)
  • des8's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:02:PM
    So unless the car was driven on road before you took delivery, there has been no offence. Turn up at court with all your evidence, bring witnesses rather than a witness statement and challenge them on when (time) and where exactly and proof. It...
    12 replies | 73 view(s)
  • bb41's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:00:PM
    I've had a long running dispute with a tenant..predominantly rent arrears in the last 18 months... there was a problem in a bathroom that resulted in an insurance claim which has now been agreed with the insurance company and a complete refit is due...
    0 replies | 27 view(s)
  • marleymouse's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:59:PM
    I have relayed your and des8 comments to my son & we are very grateful for the info. The neighbour apparently actually said yesterday that they are refusing to cover cost of the insurance excess themselves and want the money up front and not in...
    7 replies | 69 view(s)
  • zamlat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:55:PM
    ofcourse your research and contributions helped great deal. i appreciate all your contributions and everybody else who have chipped in. another point I have included in my defence to question PRA right to conduct consumer credit business in the...
    139 replies | 4523 view(s)
  • R0b's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:31:PM
    As what Des has said.
    5 replies | 67 view(s)
  • Diana M's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:23:PM
    I'm glad my research has proved useful especially the photos I sourced and my focus on your letter to the original creditor with your change of address.
    139 replies | 4523 view(s)
  • Wazzer1979's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:21:PM
    Wazzer1979 replied to a thread Council Tax Court in Welcome Forum
    Sorry to ask so many questions but; is the issue of demand notice per council tax year or the life time been registered at that address
    6 replies | 127 view(s)
  • Barney74's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:20:PM
    The car was driven to the farm with our trade plates on, it was on the road for around 30 minutes, it still had 3 weeks MOT and the old owner had not even posted the green slip to have the tax returned. Trade plates mean you can drive a car without...
    12 replies | 73 view(s)
  • Wazzer1979's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:15:PM
    Wazzer1979 replied to a thread Council Tax Court in Welcome Forum
    Thanks Craig, Is they any evidence to back this by any official documentation. I would love publish in my local news paper to make other people aware of this. And may be the local council realise there actions are illegal. As the council...
    6 replies | 127 view(s)
  • des8's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:13:PM
    Could the vehicle have been seen on the road on 10 Feb before you declared SORN In other words 1) at what time of day did you take delivery? 2) where did you take delivery? Was it away from your farm ...
    12 replies | 73 view(s)
  • Notts Nomad's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:13:PM
    I received a parking charge notice from parking eye 13/7/2017. I appealed to them as I have a valid parking ticket in my possession for the time period in question. My problem is that I input my car registration in the format...
    0 replies | 25 view(s)
  • Kati's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:05:PM
    I agree with des8 ... as the child is over the age of "criminal responsibility" the parents are not liable! Ergo - ANY claim would have to be tendered against the child involved (not the parents), and the claimants would have to not only PROVE it...
    7 replies | 69 view(s)
  • Bryan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:03:PM
    Can't thank you all enough. I may even get some sleep tonight for the first time since this saga started.
    9 replies | 230 view(s)
  • des8's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:01:PM
    Doesn't really matter what they have said> They were only trying to be good neighbours and help towards the costs of damage that may have been caused by their son. There is no proof about who caused the damage, and even if there was there is no...
    7 replies | 69 view(s)
  • Barney74's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:47:PM
    I took delivery of the vehicle on 10/02/17 and sorned it the same day.
    12 replies | 73 view(s)
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