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  1. This is the most extraordinary news item on this subject which I read last week:- "I was supposed tohave had a WCA assessment today. However, the appointment was only booked 7 days ago and it takes ATOS 3 weeks to sort out recording. They say they have only 1 set of recording equipment for the whole country and it has to be couriered from one place to another! Incidentally, DWP tell me that re-arranging this, due to failing in their systems, counts as my one allowed postponement…" I cannot provide a link or reference because it is behind a paywall and would breach site rules here.
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  2. Whatever it states in your lease takes priority over any signs or schemes the Management Company put in place. If it says nothing in your lease about displaying a permit then you don't need to. End of story. The Parking Company are trespassing on your space. You need to let the Management Company know that you no longer give implied permission for them to do this. They must then exclude you from the parking scheme. The only way the Management Company can operate the scheme on your space is if (a) they vary the deeds (and they would need your permission for that) or (b) get your permission to o
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  3. Here is a pro-rata calculator if it helps. http://www.moneymatterstome.co.uk/9-Implications-of-finance/Sub1/Activity-PersonalBudgetAndRepayCalc.htm
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  4. OK, you need to work out what the total fund available to pay all your creditors is - for instance if you have 6 creditors and have £450 per month to distribute between them, work out what percentage of the £450 each creditor should be paid in order of the total owed to each. For instance if you have 3 creditors with a £4000 balance owed and the other 3 creditors have much lower balances then the two highest should get the most per month with the other 3 getting a lower amount - £100 each to the highest 3 and £50 per month to the others (just an example) .
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  5. salbee take a break for a minute . and check this song out , this is what we were like until we found CAG 3 years ago. AHHHHHHHHHHHH " THOSE WERE THE DAYS MY FRIENDS " DAM ANOTHER SONG COMING ON.
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  6. Responding to S.O.S I will flag this for others who have more experience with BAYV companies. I think at least one of their responses - in respect of being able to vary charges at will and without notice is probably and unfair term.. but would need confirmation of this.
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  7. Welcome. A statute barred debt is a statute barred debt. It means they can still request you pay it but cannot use the legal system to force you to pay it. No, it cannot be put back on your cra file.
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  8. Hi. Whilst I'm a practicing solicitor this isn't my field but I thought it may be useful to highlight a few points I remember about it: Have had a read through your post. I'm not clear about whether you're an executor. It sounds like you are a beneficiary of the estate and not an executor. - Who is executor: Were the executors named in the will or was the court petitioned to make you/him executors dative? In either case you would (should) know that you are an executor. If you are then you have certain legal duties and should seek legal advice or there can be trouble.
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  9. mortgage is 12yrs so they will prob have it you dont need ANY account info an SAR is all the info a company hols on a RESON regardless to what it is click on the black sar if you've not already dx
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  10. Hi, Sidewinder is right, concentrate on the facts stated on your ET1 form, whatever the tribunal decides will be on the basis of what you have included in your ET1 form. Have you submitted the form as yet? Believe me when I say this you will have enough to deal with during this process and will not want to conern yourself with anything that is unnecessary, listen to your husband, I am sure he knows what he is saying. If this is about constructive dismissal, focus on that and make sure that you have relevant paperwork to back up your claim, your legal representative will advise you
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