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  1. Why don't you ask for it via the normal procedure and if they decline then think about all you can throw at them?
  2. Yes, if everything works out the car would be yours and free from finance.
  3. I wanted to avoid saying this because the employers masqueraded as union reps on this site will inevitably attack me as usual, but here it comes: When I need holidays i tell my line manager: "I won't be in on these dates" I give plenty of notice so to avoid problems. Only once a manager said that if i took holidays they would be unpaid and unauthorised despite an official large family reunion and 4 months notice. HR informed and manager moved because he refused to see me in the office after my "betrayal". But to do this you have to be in a position in which you're either essential to the business or ready to leave at the drop of a hat (or simply enjoy a good fight with no care for the consequences)
  4. It depends how good or bad your employer is. Asking doesn't cost anything, so do it. I suppose they know about your son's condition, otherwise you must let them know officially.
  5. You couldn't make it up. Falsifying signatures on court papers. They really have balls, don't they? Is it because authorities let them do whatever they want without consequences?
  6. Yes, start getting everyone involved. Expose them but be careful to be absolutely factual. Don't say "they stole my property " but explain that they entered and removed goods and when challenged they said things were stolen, no break in, no police report.
  7. Better to have someone filming both parties, so they can't say you were provoking from behind the camera. Also, if someone is close to you and they come forward, the camera held by you will not show who moved, so they can say you attacked them first. Seen this many times with employees wearing body cameras. Be careful.
  8. Make sure you have someone videoing whatever happens there, or you could find yourself in trouble with "witnesses" against you. I would personally stay outside and talk to them from the street. That way you wouldn't even trespass. Bring all records with you so when the fool calls the police you'll have something to show them rather than telling them your version of events. Hopefully someone (not you) will be nicked. Whatever they say, remain calm, even if they say bad things about your family. Again, get someone to film them and you.
  9. Of course, you are on holiday and incidentally you will come back same day as new regulations come in force.
  10. Not really, you have proof that you are an innocent buyer as you had an hpi check done. So theoretically you should keep the car and pay nothing more.
  11. Apart that he stole your brother's property and you have authorisation to act on his behalf. Don't answer, go to the police as many times as you need to, until you find an officer willing to do what they're supposed to do: prosecute criminals. Print out all the evidence you have and the theft act, so to show that they need to do something. Forget about solicitor, this is not a civil matter.
  12. Press for the police to charge someone at the estate agent for the theft. They must know who entered the room to remove goods, so that's the first suspect as there was no break in. Every other complaint will not have any major effect on these rogue.
  13. Sure, I'm with you on that, but I'm also sure that they won't be. They will point at their t&c and say that you agreed to them when you paid for their services. I hear more and more of these hpi checks not picking up existing finance, what's going on? Have they struck a deal with traders?
  14. Rubbish! "For the avoidance of doubt, we will not be obliged to make any further payments to you in the event that you have provided incorrect account details." how can they possibly think this??? One strike and out, sorry we owe you money, but because you missed a digit of your bank account number, we now owe you nothing. What's this? A bet from a gambling site?
  15. Indeed, the car was purchased outside the uk, so no joy from that front. Got to play the innocent buyer card.
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