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    As your boyfriend's fridge freezer has been re-financed, it's still the property of Buy As You View, and he is only hiring it. Therefore the Supply of Goods (Implied Terms) Act 1973 requires it to be fit for the purpose, of satisfactory quality, and durable during the time it is on hire. Besides, the average life span of a good quality f/freezer should be anything between 5 - 15 years (Mine is at LEAST 18 years old, and still going strong! I'm sure Linda will take a good look at the problem, and will do her best to assist. Please be kind enough to let us know how it pans out. I'm actually looking forward to the day when BAYV finally get to resolve a customer issue satisfactorily on here... !!!!! Cheers Lefty
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    I would bet that you never see the inside of the ET Lauryn. Get that online claim done for holiday pay, notice pay and commission ASAP. I think that they are likely to pay you the money rather than pay a solicitor and hang around for days at a Tribunal. Pleased to hear that you are working again and that the reference was no problem.
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    If you can, close the old account
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    This is what i would do, but wait for more comments it is obvious you are in no state to be going into work, you have protection under the employment rights act to fit this sinario, you have the legal right to refuse to work in a dangerous situation. i would call being draged into work while unfit to be putting you into a dangerous situation.you have the right to refuse if you consider it unsafe to your personal health and safetythis is covered under the employment rights act 1996 and regulation 8 of the health and safety at work actby declining to go into work, this legislation protects you from dismissalITS COVERED UNDER THE PUBLICATION LABOUR RESEARCH DEPARTMENT HEALTH AND SAFETY LAW 2010
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    Apparently they cant provide me with a copy of the bailiff certificate as the bailiff carries it around with him. Cxxp they will have a photo copy of it make a request to the issuing court for a copy of his certificate
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    Hi Silverfox, we haven't got a thread on this but daughter got SD from Capquest, hearing 12th August, on Cap 1 card, we have complained to the OFT and about to sign consent form for permission to disclose complaint. Will advise how things go. 2nd time she's had one, first being from 1st Credit on a Barclaycard, that one was set aside.
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