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  1. You don't need a form just enter a witness statement in the format "In the XXX Court between xxx and xxx case number xxx" and signed with a statement of truth containing the reason(s) why SJ is not appropriate. You are entitled to apply for your costs btw. "What level of scrutiny would the district judge apply in ascertaining whether the payment is legit of spurious?" None whatsoever unless you make it your business to cast doubt into their mind. The claimant has made assertions under a statement of truth a judge will take these to be true. If in your defence you categorically d
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  2. Ok Guys, The SAR arrived on Saturday morning and basically all they have are the case notes, with inaccuracies such as the ex wife's name and the list of alleged payments and a print out of a computer screen showing his name and address at that time. Despite stating that they had received some cheque payments, no bank details were included...maybe/probably because they dont have them. Our point is...who were they in contact with / who was making the alleged payments...they can't offer any proof that it was actually my OH..... so where do we go from here???????????? d
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  3. On precisely what grounds have you been dismissed? Theft? Whilst you may well have grounds to appeal (and indeed should) against any charge of the theft itself, your employer may still have grounds to dismiss you fairly for acting as an accomplice/being complicit in an act of dishonesty/breach of trust. This would be on the grounds that you were aware that a colleague had stolen items and did nothing about it, or, that you lied when asked about the theft. On that basis, it may be that the employer could hear your appeal but still choose to dismiss, but equally, a well worded appeal might
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  4. Hi GGG and welcome to CAG I've moved your post into your own new thread. I think the quote from their site is entirely wrong. An unenforceable contract is unenforceable at any time and NOT after the first 12 months has expired. I say if you have a 36 month contract, you can cancel it without penalty at any time. Your contract should have a number on it which identifies it. If you have a copy of the agreement, check and let us know which it is. Don't call AMSL for any reason and keep everything in writing only. If you want to do anything, write to AMSL saying:-
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