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  1. Judge ruled that the bailiff had no reasonable belief he was entering a debtor's premises and there was not even evidence of a writ. Ruled there was no evidence of a NOE sent to the address. Ruled there was a tort of assualt as the bailiff barged in wearing, in the Judge's words, combat gear. Ruled there was a tort os 'misuse of private information' by the bailiff by taking photos of the homeowner's documents More in the link. Case originally discussed here on these boards
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  2. Not only that but we now have a plug-in which has returned the edit and report buttons to the bottom of each post alongside the quote button. You can now use those or the ones under the ellipsis At the top right post.
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  3. It is your thread and it is up to you to find the information that you want to include on the thread. As you found that one in 15 seconds, no doubt you can find more online articles and perhaps after you have read them, you can offer some analysis. CAG is a self help forum. It is not a forum, where you raise a debate and expect others to start doing the work for you
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  4. This is the email/letter I will send on Monday, please let me know if there is anything I should amend. I will take your advice and read up everything you have recommended before sending.
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  5. Some googling confirms that this is indeed the current CEO. Thanks for posting the address, it will be very useful for others in a similar position. Pestering the CEO is definitely the right strategy
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  6. I will put some money into the coffers on this site as its well deserved.
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  7. I don’t usually post this far because I have long held and definitive views on the Motor Industry. But Bankfodder, they are not stupid. They are also, probably, not narrow minded, they are business men and women. Calling one or many stupid is an unhelpful generalisation. H
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  8. Well, you have to hope that care homes can isolate people coming out of hospital and have enough PPE this time. We know someone who works in a care home and they had PPE diverted last time, for a Nightingale hospital that was hardly used.
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  9. Just a little clarity on where the instructions came from - NOT local authorities "UK government guidance updated on September 16 *reiterates* that care homes in England should be prepared to accept COVID-19 positive patients from hospitals." The rules never really changed that UK gov directed infected people back to care homes, it was just that in the early days of the pandemic, the people/patients weren't even tested - NOW the patients covid status should have been tested at some stage proved tests were available - it was just the practise started to
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  10. I think it is clear from the visa options document that the employer offered to pay the costs and there would be a need to repay the amount. They just don't go state what happens, if you could not start the employment. Others on here are more aware of legal matters and hopefully they will comment further in due course.
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  11. The thing that gets me is what good does closing a pub at 10pm do? Does the Virus only work nights?
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  12. Words fail me. Channel4 has got hold of information from Trafford council that their care homes are being told to take patients from hospitals 'who may be Covid positive'. Nothing has been learned from last time. https://www.channel4.com/news/revealed-local-authority-calls-on-care-home-providers-to-accept-covid-positive-hospital-patients
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  13. Of course you are entitled to raise a counter claim providing it has merit and you can easily represent yourself in small claims court...assuming they wish to go near a court with all this nonsense, what is the name of the letting agents and I will update your thread and put their name in lights Andy
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