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  1. Trusty Paws Clinic Glasgow Simon Community has announced a new partnership with 4th year Veterinary students to provide a free monthly clinic for dogs belonging to homeless people at their RSVP Advice and Information Hub. This is a fully equipped/professional “pop up” clinic overseen by a qualified vet and the clinic will take place on the first Wednesday of each month from 2-5pm. RSVP Advice and Information, 72 London Road,G1 5NP. People who are homeless can contact the RSVP service on Freephone 0800 027 7466 This service only deals with Dogs not other pets. htt
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  2. The N9A is the notice of admittance and does not go to the court but the claimant...if you wish to challenge the warrant you can stay it...if you wish to challenge the CCJ you make application to set a side using the N244...but I dont see any chance of success considering the defendant only wants a payment arrangement....not defend the claim. I would just submit an application using the N245 and vary the forthwith judgment to a monthly arrangement...you stay the Warrant also using a N245. Andy
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  3. Seems very odd they have issued a ticket. I would enquire with the council direct. Then appeal if grounds allow
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  4. http://www.google.co.uk/cse?cx=partner-pub-0964707606882478:652l7hswbgv&ie=UTF-8&q=+CAR+PARKING+PARTNERSHIP&sa=Search+CAG#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=CAR%20PARKING%20PARTNERSHIP&gsc.page=1 read the threads above it is NOT A FINE its a speculative invoice. so its not a debt and can never harm a CRA file. dx
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  5. Dear Hitachi, Sasaki have now inspected the chair, I'm sure a report will be with you shortly. In essence, the failure of the chair is down to a weld on the main structure of the chair itself failing.This weld holds a bracket concerning the foot rest which raises with operation of the chair. The engineer stated that this renders the whole mechanism of the chair immoveable & that sadly it is completely inaccessible without taking the chair apart. He also confirmed this certainly could not be repaired in situ, and would need returning the factory to see if a repair was even possib
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  6. One interesting thought that occured to me... Park Direct, may have a contract with your landlord, the Housing Association, but I'd doubt very much that the housing association own the roads and/or car parking spaces on the estate. That would be the County Council Highways Department. So Park Directs contract may not be with the landowner, which would be quite a big OOPS if they decided to take it to court Out of interest MMonroe, where on the estate was the vehicle parked? Was it on the road? In a parking space?
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  7. You have identified yourself as the driver by contacting them so you need to send them a series of appeals , one for each ticket. This will force them to respond to each supposed claim individually and then supply you with 5-6 POPLA codes and when you appeal to the adjudicator that will cost the parking co £27 for each appeal so a minimum of £135 before they have added the cost of supplying you the necessary paperwork to show that they have a contract with your landlord to manage the site. I would be arguing at that point that they must prove their case 5-6 times as even showing the paperwork
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