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  1. Well the PH, although lengthy, (3 hrs) went well. Claim in time and only dropped one of the seven claims as it was unnecessary. The Judge gave great advice and commended us on our presentation of the claim, have to thank Valla for that one. Now for a bit of a breather before the 5 day hearing later this year. Thanks for all the advice and steers to date.
  2. Signs and notes on windscreens wouldn't deter me either. after all. it's private land and very little deterrent to stop drivers from abusing it. A physical barrier, IMHO is the only way you will stop them abusing it.....or, depending on what businesses they are, why not rent out your garage to them, ask them for a staff discount if you purchase anything from them? Whilst it is irksome, how much money have you got to throw at it, and is it really that important in your life? If you were using your garage, different story.
  3. Talking to them does not reset the time limit, although they will probably tell you it does, they'd be lying. Dumbdales are the in-house sols for Lowlife, just the next desk along. If Lowlifes were corresponding with you at your current address then Dumbdales know your address. However, knowing that they are lower than a snake's belly, you would be well advised to send them a letter, informing them of your current address and nothing else. Get 'proof of posting' which is free from the PO counter, don't sign it, simply type your name. That way then they have absolutely no excuse for attempting a back door CCJ. P.S. Best course of action, IGNORE them, until or unless you get a claim form......you won't.
  4. So even if they do repair it in time, you still need to get a marquee etc? If they don't repair it in time, you have to find a new venue? I'm confused?
  5. I'd get back to them tomorrow, and explain the circumstances, that you have a wedding reception, and just appeal to their better nature. Hopefully they will be able to move sooner rather than later, especially if you go in in person and speak to them, and show them the issue.
  6. Thank goodness it's not your roof and you get to foot the bill! How big are these bits of mortar? How often are they falling into your garden? Hourly, daily? Just go ahead with your plans, of course, they're not going to be worried by your time pressures and the urgency of the situation, so simply carry on as you would have done and I'm sure everything will go fine. Unless there is a danger to life and serious structural issues which mean you cannot venture into your garden, then IMHO there is little more you can do less for what you have done so already and made them aware of the issue.
  7. Agreed, let them default. Keep everything in writing, if they ring to discuss the accounts over the phone, simply say 'everything in writing please', and hang up. They'll soon get the message. Get all of your paperwork in order too, if you haven't got any, or are missing relevant documents, then you can SAR the original creditor, which is free and they have 30 days to supply the info. Keep a diary of events too. sit back and relax, YOU'RE in control, not them.
  8. Thank god you're not a part of the tribunal! Terribly biased and negative. HR isn't all knowing. And this case proves it. Thanks again for your opinion. I'm not going to court because of a few emails, I'm going to court because the head of HR has invented a PCP solely for me, which no other employee is made to sit. The language used in the emails is discriminatory and inflammatory.
  9. No they are really inferring, it's in black and white. My perception is correct. ACAS and a solicitor plus my therapist, who has had sight of the language used by the head of HR, have all come to the same conclusion as I. I can't be responsible for the Courts perception of me, that's none of my business. Hopefully this grievance will go some way to address their behaviour. Thanks once again for your opinion...
  10. Had the grievance hearing last Friday regarding the 'informal fact-finding meeting', and hopefully find out the result by the end of the week. I now need to inform them I deem the head of HR's conduct as harassment, although it's part of the claim with the PH in June, the number of emails he has churned out since October inferring I am lying and degrading me is quite staggering. Had a really good webinar last Thursday with Valla, who clarified that almost all of the responses the respondents return always claim that you are out of time, and then go on to make out that your claim is full of untruths, the employer didn't do this that or other..... Will wait and see what the first stage of this grievance will uphold? I'm not holding my breath...
  11. For an account that old, it will go nowhere near a courtroom, they're having a giraffe...
  12. As it clearly states in their missive, the DRIVER is liable to pay the unicorn tax. It isn't POFA compliant, don't appeal. they can only chase the driver and unless you out yourself by appealing, then there's nothing they can do to identify the driver.
  13. What type of finance is it? HP, PCP, Loan? They want her to ring so they can bully her into making payments she can't afford...unless she can record her calls then IMHO, I'd keep everything in writing. Is £400 SSP her only income? There's no chance they will justify taking half of that. Lodge a formal complaint with them ASAP, exhaust it, and then you can escalate it sooner rather than later, ruddy sharks!
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