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firstship last won the day on July 14 2011

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  1. many years ago on the 13th of the month I paid 1 months rent in advance and a deposit, I am hoping to move shortly and give my 1 months notice on the 14th May 2019, which is also my rent payment date the rent in advance was £475, is it correct to deduct the £475 from the current months rent?????? The deposit is held by an outside company which I believe is the law and will get this back assuming there are no claims against me for any damage,is this the correct procedure. Thank you FS
  2. Did Barclaycard actually send you a Default Letter?? They are notorious for not actually issuing a Default Date Letter?????? They start by accepting a payment plan from you,then sell the debt on to Link or PRA,who both register the debt under their name on credit files FS
  3. Looks like possible back pack wear, however to appear on just one side it is possible that there is a fault in the material.Return it to RL they will probably offer some form of recompense. Can I just advise you from vast experience High End BRANDS are grossly overpriced and far from being top quality Good Luck with RL FS
  4. I am sure you have covered this,did you have PPI with the account. CCA will throw up any ???? with the account, for example have they all the correct documentation for starters.Opinions vary on this but I would send the CCA request to Intrum,they will probably reply they will have to go back to Tesco,they have a time limitation to reply often referred to as 12+2 days to reply FS
  5. No it should not appear on your CRA,the 6 year period is up.However keep a close eye on your CRA Intrum would not be the first to try and register a new default. For info LINK try this quite often FS
  6. 45002 thanks for your trouble will read your links thanks FS
  7. Many thanks for your responses,I am now clear on what these tenancy types mean FS
  8. Thanks for the reply's No the last AST which expired March 2018 does not show the words Protected Rent,as sgtbush states I thought this applied to pre 1989 tenancies Would Regulated Tenancy apply???? or be advantages ???? Thanks FS
  9. Protected Tenancy or Regulated Tenancy having problem understanding these. Private Tenant since June 1997 same property same landlord Last AST expired March 2018 Facing another huge rent increase Have always paid rent increases Asked the Landlord to apply small rent increase every 2 years or so Landlord through Agent stating they can get at least £400 to £500 more than the rent I am paying I argue Have been a good tenant for 23 years and always paid my rent on time and look after the property over and above the Norm,they are not interested Am I a Protected or regulated Tenant????? and what are my rights ,if any???? Thanks in advance FS
  10. Many thanks for your replies, will contact the Council FS
  11. I live in an area where there are numerous rural footpaths. The one to the side of our house has a concrete low level sign which states "Public Footpath" would I be right in thinking for this sign to exist the Local Council must have some involvement???? I maintain this footpath which runs through a small Copse as well which I also Maintain, at my own expense and time then onto farmland. The path appears on the Ordinance Survey Map and also the Local Ramblers Map, because I maintain it voluntarily should anybody have an accident whilst on the path have I made myself responsible FS
  12. Re-Phrase, as long as there are No Parking restrictions of any nature,any body can park including the customers of the business in your street, residents do not have any priority.Should you and the other residents decide to approach the Council to put in place a residents parking scheme, depending on the council in question it can be very expensive.
  13. You will find if you go down the route of Residents Parking Permits depending on where you live you may well have to pay the council every year for the permit, and this can be expensive. Councils will always use the excuse "there is nothing they can do" The road outside of your property as long as there are No Parking restrictions of any nature can be used by anybody for parking FS
  14. Hi....has anybody had any success with telling your electricity supplier that you would prefer to stay with them but you can get a better price from many other suppliers would they like to match these cheaper offers???? FS
  15. With Stepchange after 12 months they will ask you to complete a current income and expenditure form and they will then tell you what disposable income will go towards paying of your debt.However you can run your own payment plan with Santander. Before this, tell us when did you take out the Loan and the credit card,how long ago? FS
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