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  1. I have nothing against the owner of the land as I know them personally. However I do have an issue with CE. That's why I won't state the location. Happy?
  2. So if it doesn't matter why does CAG always recommend posters delete their personal info? Why not just leave it there?
  3. I can't disclose the location otherwise CE will know who I am. However they may use the same wording for all of the PCN's that they issue.
  4. Yesterday I won my POPLA case against Civil Enforcement's PCN. The assessor said that they missed out wording in paragrah 9(2)(f) of Schedule 4 of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012: The notice must: (f)warn the keeper that if, after the period of 28 days beginning with the day after that on which the notice is given— (i)the amount of the unpaid parking charges specified under paragraph (d) has not been paid in full, and (ii)the creditor does not know both the name of the driver and a current address for service for the driver, the creditor w
  5. I have contacted the credit reference agency Noddle (CallCredit) twice about credit card lenders incorrectly placing a Minimum Payment Marker on my credit report with them. The lenders are Co-op Bank and Aqua. I have made payments that were marginally above (e.g. £1) the minimum payment with both lenders. I filed a dispute with Noddle. Both lenders have refused to correct the data. When contacting both, they both deny responsibility and say that they have no control over how Noddle displays the data. Co-op Bank even said that this means that I didn't make a full payment but mad
  6. Please have a look at HMRC's Property Income Manual: https://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-manuals/property-income-manual/pim2210
  7. I've noticed on previous occasions that Fredrickson tend to leave out interest that HMRC charge on the debt when demanding payment, so that maybe one of the reasons why the amounts are different.
  8. You will need to calculate periods of residence on a monthly basis. If the property was your Principal Private Residence (PPR) at some time, then the last 36 months will be deemed to be a period of residence. You will then need to apportion the period of residence/ownership. I assume that the garden is smaller than half a hectare and that there is no business use (letting is not generally considered business use). There may be also be deemed residence, but that will depend on your circumstances. Note that Husband and wife can only have one PPR between them. You may also deduct impro
  9. Take a look at Marriage Allowance - it might save your partner £212 per year: https://www.gov.uk/marriage-allowance-guide/how-it-works
  10. I popped in to a Metro Bank branch in South London recently to open a business instant access deposit account. Their website says "No Metro Bank Business current account is required." They tried to sell me their business current account, which is not free unless you have more than £5,000. When I refused, they asked me why I wanted an instant access account, and I told them that I just want a basic account. They said that you cannot make an online transfer out unless you have another Metro bank account, so I opened a personal current account, and I was accepted for that, but
  11. Many thanks for your response. I think I was worrying for nothing - it does look like that they are not sending the item as I haven't received a response from the seller. Thanks again.
  12. Has anyone come across a case where a claim was made against a company for a debt that is over 6 years old who acknowledged the debt in their accounts, and not by writing to the creditor? I'm referring to a post on another forum (Accounting Web): http://www.accountingweb.co.uk/anyanswers/question/client-not-paying?page=1#comment-653977 (Apologies to mods if this isn't allowed) You don't need to read the full thread - just this post. The person posting said (s)he doesn't remember the case name, and I tried searching this forum but I couldn't find anything. Many tha
  13. Hi everyone, I bought an item from a Play.com seller (Playtrade) around mid-February for about £30 (an office machine). The Playtrade seller said he despatched the item the same day I ordered it but it turned out to be false. I contacted the seller several times by email and no reply. I filed a Missing Item Claim and a Fairplay Guarantee Claim but Play.com didn't reply to the latter. So I filed a chargeback with my credit card company (Capital One) and they refunded me the money. Today I received a letter from Capital One saying that they will give the seller 45 days to resol
  14. An incorrectly issued default notice could be in breach of the Data Protection Act. Have a look at my thread where I tried to sue a debt collector, although I accepted early settlement. Obviously I can't guarantee it will work for you, but you could try something similar, if you want to.
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