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  1. Right, stop quibbling, this is what is happening, consent/tomlin order, agreement details a payment of £xxx to be paid 30 days from the date of the order, then same amount every 30 days thereafter. the 1st order SCM drafted had the wrong claim number, the 2nd amended order drafted was dated and stated 1st payment to be made 30days after the date of the consent order, I sent this back to SCM with the date deleted and confirmation that I will make the first payment 30 days after the order is sealed by the court and signed by SCM, and requested their account de
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  2. The current VAT threshold is £79,000 if you are unlikely to exceed this amount then its not worthwhile registering for VAT. Its voluntary if your turnover is below this amount - when I first set up my company I was registered for VAT. After spending time doing my VAT returns every month my accountant suggest I pay my VAT with one of the "flat rate schemes" this actually means that you do not pay the full amount of VAT but instead pay a percentage based on the industry sector you are working in. You generally pay a lower rate but cannot claim VAT on large purchases. Then one day I had a
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  3. .Reference your last paragraph J66. Rather hits nail on head. Previously, i have written our PM (Broon!!!!) and explained that DPF actually increases fuel consumption and is therefore counter productive. They (our wise govt.) cannot understand that "Bankrupt Britain" should be working flat out to reduce fuel consumption by increasing MPG, and therefore reduce our balance of payments to politically unstable countries. It would appear that the Green Welly brigade have very quietly gained enormous power in deceiving the british public about global warming and pollution. I hope in the new year
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  4. We don't measure CO2 at all on the MOT for either diesel or petrol engines. Emissions equipment such as cats and DPFs (which can contain a cat) actually increase the amount of CO2 emitted as the reactions in a 3 way cat turn the nasty stuff into into water, Nitrogen, CO2 and O2. We have not been instructed how to check and why we can fail as of yet, though it would be obvious to me that a DPF is not functioning by the smoke test result and the presence of soot in the tailpipe. I would hope that they would drastically reduce the pass threshold on the smoke test for vehicles registered af
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  5. That will be fine as it is going to the parking co and they are very unlikely to agree to a reduction in income just because you are right so just wait for teh rejection letter and the POPLA ref number. Use a slightly different approach to them when you get it, the wording is available in other posts here and people will tell you what you say according to the response of LPS
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  6. Hi Tilly, I think DW are being short-sighted here. Because of the distance you're moving, you can cancel without penalties or problems. Check your agreement about this carefully to make sure you can cancel if moving away. Give them your cancellation notice in writing if you haven't already done so. Tell them you have already given verbal notice on xxdate when you discussed your options with the staff. Once notice is given, you should pay one final month's fee for the month ahead on the usual DD date, and then cancel the DD mandate. Once relocated, take your time to visit the loc
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  7. Ask them how they justify the increased cost. Btw moving that distance is good enough reason to cancel the contract without penalty even though theyll say otherwise
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