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Ms Garlic

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  1. Its not him, its his ex wife who wants the dog, because he still has the registration document for the dog- the claim has to be done in his name. The dog recently had pups. i offered them one before and after they were born, They said they definatly didn't want one. So when the pups were 8 weeks old and ready to go to their new homes, my ex aunty says she wants one of the pups , i say its too late then she starts bombarding me with text messages threatening to take the dog and pups off me and how it was there dog after all... but Ive had her for nearly 3 years now! Anyway I agree to SELL them a pup. a week after they say they want the dog and the other3 pups! Then Iget notice that they are going to take me to small claims to get the dog back and £1500 from the sale of the pups... even though i only made £600 and the pregnancy process cost me over £800 ... In my opinion she is doing it out of spit, they dont care about the dog but they have money to burn.
  2. HI... I hope someone can help or point me in the right direction... My uncle has made a 'Small claims' against me, He wants to get his dog back that he gave me nearly 3 years ago, I have proof that I've had the dog, vet bills grooming etc..... Does anyone think this will actually go to court? And He lives in Scotland and I live in England, but he's applied through MCOL... is it true the claimant as well as the defendant has to live in England or Wales... if so will the claim be invalid?... and does that mean he could try again through a Scottish court?? SO many questions.. hope someone might have some answers! Thanks in advance
  3. My uncle has made a 'Small claims' against me, He wants to get his dog back that he gave me nearly 3 years ago, I have proof that I've had the dog, vet bills grooming etc..... Does anyone think this will actually go to court? And He lives in Scotland and I live in England, but he's applied through MCOL... is it true the claimant as well as the defendant has to live in England or Wales... if so will the claim be invalid?... and does that mean he could try again through a Scottish court?? SO many questions.. hope someone might have some answers! Thanks in advance
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