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Letter from engage re right of entry

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  • Letter from engage re right of entry

    Hi Iíve received a letter from engage services on behalf of boost energy saying they are going to apply for a right of entry to carry out safety inspection of the meter .. thing is I moved months ago to another company so Iím not even a boost customer anymore, I told them this weeks ago it went quiet then I receive this. Bizarrely itís addressed to ďthe occupierĒ top flat even though they have my details
    is there a way to pre notify the court of what they are trying to do .. the letter is asking me to fill in details on the back of what court I would prefer to attend etc
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    Attend the court. I sign these entry orders often. Most are sorted in the corridor if there is an issue. If you cannot agree the magistrates will decide. Bring proof on the day that they do not supply you. Do nothing and the order will be signed and they are likely to enter.


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