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  1. You dont have to tell them where the van is. Before you do, decide if you want to keep the van, if so Have your husbands executor to: 1. ask for a final settlement figure and offer to pay it from his estate. 2. Send a copy of the death certificate to the bailiff and they will have to return the case back to the creditor. The tools not belong to your husbands estate, thus technically belongs to his beneficiaries once his Will has Grant of Probate. You only need Grant of Probate if your husbands estate is more than £15,000. Get any life policies cashed in quickly because
  2. It might be 35mg, Im just going by the expression prescribed limit. Alphageek, she was arrested because she was tested when the police turned up at her home. I am not sure this test is admissable because it was not while she was seen driving a car. She may have had a drink after arriving home and before arrival of police.
  3. There was no roadside test. The police did the test later. and I want to defend the case on the bases the suspect may have had a drink after arriving home and before arrival of police.
  4. By the reponses so far have not conclusively said two glasses of wine is 30mg. The burden of proof police have to make is beyond all reasonable doubt. All they have to go on is an admission in an interview under caution that the suspect had two glasses of wine before driving a car. The volume of the glass is not defined in the interview and neither is the length of time elapsed having those drinks and driving the car. There is no positive test at the scene, but the police are building a case that two glasses of wine of unspecfied volume and an estimated one hour before admitting to d
  5. if they dont comply by the courts deadline then you apply for a Wasted Costs Order under CPR 48.7, ask for all your costs in defending the claim to date.
  6. It is to redifine what police call "enter by force". It amends the Magistrates Courts Act 1980 so a bailiff cannot be criminally liable if he causes injury to a person while enforcing a debt. It was passed after debtors were going to police to charge bailiffs under the offences Against the Person Act 1861 when they push past a debtor to gain entry to a property. It does not exclude a bailiff from a civil liability under the personal injury protocol. Both the bailiff and his firm can still be sued for personal injury
  7. There is no contract between you and the bailiff requiring you to pay him his fees. Any fees are a matter between the bailiff and his client. The legislation only provides for a fee schedule for High Court Enforcers but it doesnt say the debtor must pay them. You only pay fees if the creditor has applied for a costs order, and that can only happen if you have been summonsed to appear before the court for give your defence.
  8. Im going to be the party-pooper. The HCEO regulations do not obligate any debtor to pay any fees prescribed under the HCEO regs 2004 unless the cereditor applies for a costs order. If a creditor unilaterally transfers up to the High Court then he enters into a contract with a firm any fees raised from that contract are the creditors responsibility until he applies for a costs order for the debtor to pay them. If you have a costs order made against you then you can ask for a copy and you have a right to have it set aside. High Court Enforcers can only collect the judgment
  9. Where? and i see you have been on the JBW trail a long time now I am already bashing you in court jbw enforcement ltd - MoneySavingExpert.com Forums
  10. Unless there is a cost order showing the amount of costs you must pay, there is no legislation obligating debtor to pay any High Court Enforcement fees. If a creditor unilaterally transfers up to the High Court then he enters into a contract with a firm any fees raised from that contract are the creditors responsibility until he applies for a costs order for the debtor to pay them. If you have a costs order made against you then you can ask to have it set aside. High Court Enforcers can only collect the judgment amount, they cannot force a debtor to pay his fees because the law
  11. Im just looking for ballpark figures, Is there an official definition of 'glass of wine' and if so what is it?
  12. Drink driving, does 2 glasses of wine = 30mg? Time betwen drink and test is about one hour.
  13. Start your collection with this hapless Rossendale bailiff. Rossendales arent the sort to hire MI6 agents to track down servers in Tirana and cut wires on the side of their buildings. Just use a host in California, Globat com, cheap fast and use it for anything you like provided you dont undermine national security or use it for organised crime. The law doesnt provide for it, and you have no legal obigation to pay £100. its £24.50 but I dont think the legislation decides what mode of transport the bailiff must use when making that visit.
  14. Before you start a website, you need to understand the remification of the Defamation Act 1996, and there the case of Godfrey vs Demon Internet Ltd. It can only be hosted in the American State of California, currently the only place where a webmaster and his webhosting provider is immune from civil proceedings for defamatory or libellous content published on a website.
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