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  1. Thanks, Thats good advice, the landlord leaves everything to his agents who are very difficult to deal with. I agree about the commercial debt does not make sense really.
  2. Cut a long story short; she has to pay up. Due to financial constraints she can only afford to pay £50 a month. This offer was rejected after she submitted an N245 requesting she be allowed to pay £50 a month. The reason the District Judge gave for rejecting her offer was because it was a commercial debt. She has now asked for a redetermination hearing . Problem is what ever the debt is she can't afford it all at once (over 3k) Does anybody know what options are open to her? Thanks.
  3. Thanks for that link, It says "Scotland has its own distinct legal system including its own laws and courts." So that answers my question.
  4. I have been made aware of a taxi company in England using a loophole in Scottish law to avoid its responsibilities regarding licensing laws in England. Can they do this? I understood that Scots & English law are two separate entities?
  5. This is the response I received from the BBC; Reference CAS-270**5-QV**0J Thanks for contacting us regarding BBC One’s ‘Parking Mad’ recently. I understand that you felt, in a recent episode, the police and bailiffs who featured were acting ‘illegally’. ‘Parking Mad’ is a documentary series on the world of parking. It gives viewers a behind the scenes look at the work of those involved in the world of parking. We don't have any sort of control over how parking attendants, bailiffs or indeed the police and other contributors carry out their work – if you’ve concerns about t
  6. My initial observations of that letter is how badly it is written. 3rd para, wrong act quoted, grammatically incorrect and why does he keep referring to CEO's, when Whyte & Co's thugs & liars are Enforcement Agents, Bailiffs to the man in the street?
  7. I have had a reply; "Thank you for your comments about our series Parking Mad. At the time of filming, we were not aware of any illegality in the bailiffs and police working alongside each other, and I believe this is a matter still under judicial discussion. We make observational documenataries and are not specialists in investigative or current affairs documentaries...........................
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/commissioning/whos-who/tv/knowledge/documentaries-1/maxine-watson.shtml This is the commissioning editor at the Beeb for this program. I can't see how Whyte & Co can get an injucntion against the BBC or Century Films for something they have agreed to do. If the program makers are serious journalist then I would have thought they would want to make a program that millions would want to watch.
  9. I have e mailed Century Films the makers of Parking Mad. I have suggested they do a special one off showing the illegal acts of the bailiffs and MPS.
  10. I have just seen a Parking Charge Notice for a vehicle that was on the top deck of a Car Transporter, it was on the way to be being delivered to someone I know. The driver of the transporter had obviously parked up for a break. The photo's on the PCN clearly show the vehicle on the top deck, yet some idiot at the PPC saw fit to send out an invoice for £100.
  11. This thread is all well and good, we all know on CAG what we are witnessing is just the tip of the iceberg regarding Bailiffs but how do we get the authorities to take notice. I know from one brief experience with 2 Bailiffs what lying B******* they are. Yet here we have them being filmed on national television with the assistance of the Police. They know they are being filmed yet they still lie and cheat. One can only imagine what they do do when they are not being filmed.
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