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  1. For the record. The split wasn't at all amicable. So there's no dialogue. And this just isn't on. Deeds is one thing. Fraudulent application is another. I was hoping for something a little more structured if somebody had a legal opinion. Maybe I should never have opened the mail. But I smelled a rat!! And it was proven.
  2. It's every business of mine. Using my name and my address to dishonestly obtain credit and a phone. If it's fraudulent then it's illegal. Simple. Then the law can deal with it the way it sees. But thanks anyway for your comments.
  3. Scenario: Ex wife left house in July this year. I remained in marital property (in joint names although I have always paid the mortgage and all bills). Divorced in November 15. She had already changed her name back to her pre-married name prior to moving out. She didn't turn up for Financial Order hearing at court - this has been adjourned until March16. I received post addressed to her former married name and as it was from a phone Company I was suspicious and opened it. 2 letters - one a Bank DD mandate confirmation and the second a Phone Bill for a new p
  4. Totally agree with you - but this is for a legal bod to answer presumably. Also, recently discovered that the meeting he attended was not pre-advised - he thought he was just attending his normal review meeting (he was in a probationary period) - they have referred to it as an 'Investigative meeting' - he was not offered any right of a companion ( not required for an Investigation meeting - unless presumably it leads to disciplinary) and was summarily dismissed by the investigative officer upon completion of the meeting. I don't know if different rules apply to people on probationary periods
  5. Update: Written to CEO and obtained an appeal hearing - ideally need somebody with some legal knowledge as a witness - but they say either a colleague or Trade Union representative. He hasn't joined any Union - so where does he stand? Any advice would be appreciated. Can he get some help from the Union, even if not a member and somebody with good tribunal/appeal knowledge?
  6. Thank you - I have strong reservations about the former Company owing to my other two sons who work there - but totally agree with your sentiments. Without this fact I would have NO hesitation in pushing on that case.
  7. Thanks Rebel, I feel so strongly about this I want to take it as far as possible and yes I have considered this. Its a humane issue more than anything and its just not right - technically they may have done nothing wrong - but in this day and age it just is not fair. I do have a problem with the first Company though as i do not wish to jeopardise my other sons' positions there and compromise them. Thanks for the advice - I will certainly make contact with Usdaw though. Regards Blue
  8. Thanks HB - I added a couple of line spaces in where I could but didn't want to break it up too much as it existing para was in itself already punctuated I thought. I await some further advice - from fellow cadgers hopefully later. many thanks Blue
  9. Hi, I'm looking for some help and guidance please on behalf of a close relative who I believe has been subjected to a miserable case of injustice and is utterly devastated that he has now had his contract of employment terminated. I need to establish initially if there are any legal avenues we could pursue, or secondly what, if anything, can be done in a humane endeavour. The story goes something like this................. A guy is working for a major high st fashion retailer (he is 18 years old when his contract is terminated for Gross misconduct) he had been working, initially part
  10. Thanks to you for that wonderful pledge. Unfortunately - and as an update - I have been put off the appeal process, as it would have taken too much to finance the risk as I needed to appeal and lose then appeal again until I reached the necessary court level within the system - with ultimately little chance of winning. I'm afraid my tale is one of woe and really I was badly let down by the present judicial system, and my own personal (paid-for) advisers. I am taking them to task at present against their undoubted negligence in my case. I await their response with interest. I am extreme
  11. Hi Guys, again I am indebted to those of you pledging support. The morale of seeing the pledges is enough. As an update I have today been in contact with a Barrister who has raised concern regarding the whole case. I am indebted to Rhia for this information (she knows the direction she pointed me in). The process has begun and I am initially establishing the grounds and necessary protocol. Of course, I need to be very protective with certain information that I broadcast on here as I intend to play this one very closely to the chest in terms of tactics/rulings etc - so please do not be
  12. Hi everybody, I must say I am overwhelmed at the support I have received on here. Not just the good wishes but also the level of detail that has been afforded. I know that Sx20's thread didnt appear on here to begin with but thanks for bringing it on to Josie and thanks again to SX20 for the detailed and eloquent content. How I wish you had been on MY side yesterday!!! I am also humbled by the suggestion from diddy dicky and also from brokebutnotbeatn to contrinute to an appeal fund. Let me state on here right now. I WILL appeal (subject to finding the right barrister AND convinc
  13. correct Bill. DN was flawed - agreement endured. Unlawful termination/repudiation - judge looked at me blankly and carried on that I couldnt have it both ways!!!! Cheers Blue
  14. Thanks Els - really appreciate the comments. What I have to do now is establish the legal reasoning behind my argument! Thats where I need the help now I think! Thanks again Blue.
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