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  1. Doesn't need a stamp - but if you're worried, do as Ell suggested and call the bailiffs office at the county court in the morning - they will happily tell you if the warrant has been cancelled or not. There is nothing untoward about them applying for a warrant whilst entertaining offers from you and requesting an income and expenditure form. An eviction notice doesn't have to be put in your hand.
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  2. Ring the court and check if they have an eviction warrant with that number on it
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  3. Hi there everybody, good to see still going strong
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  4. Wow!! My Saviour! :whoo:
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  5. You too Bigmac, good to see you back
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  6. National Hunter processes and cross references credit applications and alerts the potential lenders to any discrepancies on applications fro individuals these discrepancies will flag a 'refer' alert for to check the application more carefully, these markers are NOT the a basis for declining an application. Check out their website before spending money.
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  7. I doubt they will be willing to offer a settlement, given that you issued a claim which was struck out. However there is no reason why you can't ask. If you decide to reissue, you need to be extremely careful how you go about it. Attaching documents is unnecessary. Referring to your mental health problems is unnecessary and opens a huge can of worms. You MUST avoid the temptation to ramble on. Also note the need to clearly set out what you are claiming in terms of specified, limited amounts and the basis on which you are claiming those amounts. The following is a very basic example
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  8. Well if you're quoting SOGA like that then is it because you are sticking to the letter of the law and you would accept the car with a major defect? With such a thing as a car there are bound to be minor defects. Quite often this, and manufacturers have proved this to be the case, it's a case of customer perception. You don't have to use the dealer you bought it off for warranty repairs, you can use any franchised dealer in the whole of the EU. From what you describe there is no need to "rip the car apart" and the car as delivered is far from what could be described as damaged goods. Cannot th
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  9. You can take it for rectification and hand them a letter saying 'allowing them to attempt a repair does not relinquish your right to reject at a later date'. You will not, nor will you be entitled to a full refund, if rejection is accepted, (and I don't think it will, even by a court), you will have reductions including for 'enjoyment'.
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