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Showing content with the highest reputation on 28/06/15 in all areas

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    This was a parking charge notice though...
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    I think as it's just a couple of days you will be fine. However, for your own peace of mind tell them you are going. It shouldn't have any impact on your housing either. Then go, relax & enjoy. Sounds like exactly what you need
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    To answert he question, the building is subdivided into flats. The head tenancy could vary becuase each person has differing Inheritance Tax considerations and it is efficient to divide the property accordingly. Also theymay well rent out or intend to sell one of the flats and that would attract either income or capital gains tax in different proportions according to who owns what. What marks do I get?
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    By an astounding coincidence, someone has posted exactly the same set of facts at : http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?68879-Can-this-property-be-a-single-dwelling-house&p=549647 But, there the question is "Can-this-property-be-a-single-dwelling-house", rather than an enquiry because they are considering renting ......
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    Hi, just to update everyone on the forum that the insurance company have now settled my claim in full and with cash into my account. By a strange coincidence they actually contacted me the following day after I posted on the forum asking for help and advice. I emailed the company and requested that all correspondence be in either writing or via email. A few days later I received an email the main points of which I have copied out below:- "Having reviewed your claim the information supplied with your claim submission meant that we were unable to determine the make and model of the lock. Whilst there was a clear demonstration of the forcible and/or violent entry provided the policy requires that the lock be Sold Secure silver rated. This information was conveyed to you and the claim remained for the proof to be provided, by you, to demonstrate that the lock held the necessary Sold Secure rating. We are always speaking to our customers and looking to improve the insurance we provide. Subsequent to your claim submission in November we have since reviewed the lock requirements that need to be demonstrated in order for a valid claim to be made. 1.6 Approved Lock – means any specifically designed Bicycle, motor scooter or motorcycle lock including Sold Secure rated Locks. Sold Secure lock means any Bicycle, motor scooter or motorcycle lock that has been tested and approved to the Sold Secure testing standards. (a) Bicycles valued up to and including £1200 – A specifically designed Bicycle, motor scooter or motorcycle lock or above. Bicycles valued up to and including £2000 - A Sold Secure bronze rated lock or above. Bicycles valued up to and including £5000 – A Sold Secure silver rated lock or above. Bicycles valued up to and including £12,500 – A Sold Secure gold rated lock; or (b) any other specified lock accepted by Us and specified in an Endorsement. Whilst these terms are not yet applicable to your policy we can look to apply these terms to the instance of your claim. As your claim meets the improved terms I am pleased to advise that we can look to settle your claim, in line with your policy requirements." I don't know if the info above will be of help to anyone going through the same situation at the moment but thought I would post on here just in case. Thanks for all the advice and support you gave me and thankfully it has resulted in a replacement bike albeit 7 months after the theft of the other.
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