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  1. I also had a similar demand from Cheltenham a couple of years back.... You should have filled out some forms detailing hours worked, amounts paid, and the employer's details each time you declared the work when you signed on. Do you have copies of these forms ? I would suggest writing back to the DWP saying something along the lines of: Just in case the DWP don't retract their claim (implied or otherwise) of fraud, I'd strongly recommend handing a Subject Access Request in to your local JCP office asking for copies of all forms, emails, and computer records held at the local o
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  2. A spreadsheet is probably the easiest way to do this as you can easily insert new lines and columns, I got a bit lost with dates etc on my own case with the FOS.
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  3. Many loan agreements have a clause allowing the bank to bring proceedings in the jurisdiction of its choice, or in the jurisdiction where the debtor is living. If this is the case for your friend's UAE loan agreement, he may find that the English courts will accept jurisdiction over the case even though the loan contract will be governed by UAE law ... and hence no need for the creditor to rely on a reciprocal enforcement treaty since the creditor would be enforcing a UK judgment not a UAE judgment. If this is the case, it may be better to inform the creditor of financial difficulties rat
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  4. It does seem harsh, but alas not unlawful. On the face of it the only option here is for an appeal on the grounds that having discussed the operation with the employer, the decision to dismiss seems unduly harsh.
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