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  1. This was the information I was referring to in my previous post. This Council Tax Investigation may have something relevant to your case. QUOTE: 3.3.1 The collection and reporting of Council Tax income is straightforward when a tax payer pays their annual charge within that year. Complexities arise when a Council Tax Payer falls into arrears and owes the council money for past years as well as the current year. There is significant case law (for example, Peter v Anderson (1814)) however, put simply, if a person specifies which years debt the payment should be assigned it should
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  2. Master05 just a quick word when you write to put in your leave request, keep the letter as friendly as possible and if you want to mention compnay policy etc frame it as a question for clarification not as a "this is not right/fair" senario, plenty of time to get into an argument over policies whan you have had your leave granted. To some extent it always help to let the boss think he is being kind/magnanimous when granting a special( I use this term loosely) request and if it means a bit of sucking up to get what you want without falling out its worth it. Good luck
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  3. Please don't lose faith, your absolutely correct the court judges and clerks are all geared up in favour of the claimant and blatantly ignore court procedures and the rights of the consumer. You have every right to challenge the decision of the judge. We did this when a claim was issued against my husband, 3 judges all making different decisions, we just kept writing back pointing out that the he did not owe this money, the claimant, a mad bonkers woman was allowed to totally abuse the court system....it was a complete farce. We even made an official complaint to the courts. It to
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  4. Excellent news! Just as an extra important point; in future everyone should try and visit their local INDEPENDENT IT store to get things sorted BEFORE going anywhere near the big shops, as you definitely can't rely on ASDA, TESCO, PC WORLD or any other large retailer's staff to know anything about what they're selling, especially technology stuff!! Maplin's and J Lewis staff are sometimes a bit more capable, but even they are hit and miss. One other hint for you and all CAGgers is never have your battery in the laptop if you mainly use the laptop with the electricity cable, as it can tend
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  5. Hello Bang!, welcome to the CAG. Enjoy your visit, but take some time to look around the forum and understand where everything is. It can seem confusing at first but you will start to find your way round and to understand what a helpful community we are. You haven't received any replies to your post yet. Try posting your query again in a relevant sub-foum. You will get the help and support you need there.
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  6. First they came for the disabled, but I did not speak out as I was not disabled. Then they came for the sick, but I did not speak out as I was not sick. Then they came for the unemployed, but I did not speak out as I have a job. Then they came for those on Tax Credits, I did not speak out as I was in credit. Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak up for me. Mr Lex, Britain, 2012. With Thanks to Martin Niemöller, Germany, 1937.
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  7. The UK used to lead the world with motorcycle production - but offered the dinosaur defence of "people want British twins, not gimmicky Japanese fours". Reading this thread - its alarming to see the dinosaur culture still remains - and worse to see it turning to protectionism rather than choosing to adapt. Britain has an island culture, and lack of languages does limit Brits working abroad, although the entire Spanish holiday coast pretty much has English as its first language. Obviously the UK led the industrial revolution and was a giant in its day, but dinosaurs were giants i
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