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  1. I have read as much as I can on these links, but I am still unsure whether it's within the landlords rights to raise the rent at this time.... Just checking back here before I pay the rent today. Hope someone can advice. Many Thanks.
  2. I'm not sure I've understood the various terms correctly. Apologies. This was a CCTV capture it would seem. There are two pics. I will redact and post.
  3. It shows my reg plate so I figured I shouldnt have to upload it here....
  4. 1 Date of the infringement 15-02-2020 2 Date on the NTK [this must have been received within 14 days from the 'offence' date] (I do not have this, only a letter of claim dated 17-12-20 3 Date received Unsure 4 Does the NTK mention schedule 4 of The Protections of Freedoms Act 2012? [Y/N?] Nowhere on the Letter Before Claim (or enclosed forms) is this mentioned 5 Is there any photographic evidence of the event? Yes 6 Have you appealed? [Y/N?] post up your appeal] No Have you had a response? [Y/N?] post it up N/A 7 Who is the par
  5. What can I say, DX? I was a bit rushed with this and a few other things! I will fill that in. Thank you
  6. Smart site didn't accept the PCN number at all. It asked me to go to the debt recovery website. Well, the CST law letter did, in any case.
  7. Looked it up on the website and it is, indeed, my car parked on that site. I contacted DEBT RECOVERY PLUS via web live chat on their site, and explained my situation to them and proposed to pay £5 per month. They refused to accept and said that they will only take a minimum payment of £20 a month. I saved the transcript for the chat, and informed them I'll be in touch again. Total outstanding is £160 Would this qualify as a priority debt? Don't they have to check my incoming and expenses before making demands on payment?
  8. I've been privately renting since Jan 2017. Early 2020 (January, actually) the landlord issued a fresh rental agreement with an increase in rent of £25 pm. In June 2020, my landlord suddenly served me with an eviction notice (section 21) giving me 2 months to move out (citing sale of prospective sale of house as reason) and for them to take possession of the property. I spoke with Local authority who confirmed that notice for moving out has to be 6 months under covid19 regs. I mentioned this to landlord who didn't respond to my message. I ha
  9. I received the attached letter in the post over the weekend. Also enclosed were some other pages : ANNEX 1 INFORMATION SHEET regarding Seeking debt advice, speaking to the business, filling in the reply form, etc., a REPLY FORM, and ANNEX 2 STANDARD FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The date of the "offence" is given as 15/02/20202 but I don't recall being in Leicester on that date! No idea what this relates to. I usually ignore such parking fine demands, but the words LETTER BEFORE CLAIM are worrying. Please help! cst
  10. I've received 2 similar letters with cheques. I used to have a current account, a savings account and a loan with HSBC. I've banked both cheques, since the letter clearly states that this is compensation for their sub standard service
  11. I will Google it, I guess. There are TOO MANY websites giving info. haha
  12. Hi everyone, Is there any advantage to becoming an LLC over being self emplloyed? I do not make a huge amount of money tbh, since I only work two or three days a week under the current circs, but I'm planning to expand into dermal fillers and botox and such, so I wondered if its worth incor[prating as LLC
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