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ploddertom last won the day on March 23 2019

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  1. To be honest you would have been better off ringing the Bailiffs Office yourself and telling them you have submitted an application, they can then look out for it and in the majority of cases will put to one side until the application is heard.
  2. You do need to provide proof of all this. For illnesses a letter from a medical professional who has diagnosed/treated the condition(s). For bereavements an original death certificate - not a photocopy.
  3. Well it looks as if we are now sorted. I'll reveal more in a couple of weeks or so after cheque clears.
  4. As sad as it may have been I hear they have caught the arsonist that did it. She says she has been upset by the French Presidents attitude of late and wanted to get her own back. Apparently she is British & lives in London in Downing Street.
  5. There is a good forum for discussing Motability cars - good and bad @ http://tinyurl.com/yxtugtbu
  6. If it were me I'd have gone for one of the sister cars - Nissan Qashqai. Never did like Renaults colours particularly there take on what you say is brown/black, don't see how the can call that orange unless I need to go to Specsavers again.
  7. I don't doubt Hoseasons Insurance will look after them rather than their customers. For a death they will need a death certificate - usually an original rather than a copy. Have you seen the terms of their Cancellation Insurance?
  8. Did you not have Travel Insurance for this break? Does your bank account not offer Travel Insurance as part of your account package?
  9. I would imagine they may be refusing because the death although very sad is not classed as a close family member. For the children you would need to provide a letter from your GP - which will probably be chargeable - to prove their illnesses.
  10. I would guess the manager wil try to bamboozle & browbeat any complaints.
  11. These types of chairs usually have a metal sub-frame and have 1 or 2 electric motors in them. Doesn't seem to matter how much upholstery tey use but I always find them very hard and uncomfortable. You are right in your thought that after time they will give a little. It used to be they were only available from the likes of HSL as mobility aids but most furniture retailers have there own version. In my view DFS have been not very forthcoming about it.
  12. Is this supposed to be the "rise & fall" type of chair?
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