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  1. It means letter before action. I have done this myself with parcel to go. They thought id give up until they received a court claim. Paid quite promptly after that.
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  2. Pee for Parking? What a novel concept. Do the signs tell you where to direct the stream?
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  3. I had a simillar case where the lowell solicitor requested more time to provide the paper work,however the judge give them 4 weeks to submit the paperwork to the court and to myself.Guess what they missed the deadlines.Today, I was at the hearing and lowell solicitor asked the judje withdraw the SD because they can't find the paperwork and requests a strikeout with an order for costs against the claimant.It seems that lowell play the same trick when they dont have the paperwork by asking the court for more time.lowell solicitor is trying to intimidate you in case you bottle out.My advice is
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  4. "Proven" only means on the balance of probabilities - ie a 51% belief or higher. It doesn't need to be proved to the same level as a criminal court. It's based on their reasonable belief of your guilt, or not!
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  5. It is NOT a fine....it is a Speculative Invoice. You can ignore or if you feel happier just send this
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  6. How well are you viewed by your management normally? Any problems or negative relationships? I ask because I note that you have only 9 months service, and as you may well be aware you have considerably less protection than if you had completed a year. That said, the suspension itself is a reasonable act, and would be normal procedure for an allegation of this nature. Understandably as you are innocent, you wish to be found as such and allowed to continue your employment. Do you have a Union? You will be entitled to have either a colleague or Union rep present at any disciplinary hearing,
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