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  1. I actually agree with you for once! lol However, the Scouse magic and I will be monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the current proceedings quietly in the background..................Until Roxburghe are no more I shall not rest.
  2. I sent an email today to Gladstones asking them to confirm that they are now representing Roxburghe, and their thoughts on the previous and current state of affairs..................Will update when/if reply recieved.
  3. There could be lots of cases where a Mckenzies friend is required..........Get in there Kirkby!!!!
  4. According to a Roxburghe Dedt Collectors employee today, Gladstones Solicitors ltd, based in Cheshire now represent them...........We all now wait with baited breath? Do you good people not find it a matter of concern that this is the 3rd lot of solicitors that they have had this year, with the last ones, GPB being closed down by the Solicitors Regulation Authority for dishonest practice!!!!!!!!!! Bearing in mind that the OFT have ' Refused to Renew' their Consumer Credit Licience I personally find this most interesting. Happy Parking People
  5. I personally think you could have a little fun with this one You could contact the dca and ask them to refer the matter back to their client,(pcn), requesting to see a copy of the contract that authorises them to proceed on behalf of the landowner! which is you my friend.............. Loving it, wish it were me.
  6. Congrats to the OP....Well done to you. And surprise......... No McKenzies friend required! Ha ha ha Please, please, Kirkby let me know of your next representation and I will get the regulars together on here and we can hire a mini bus and maybe take in a tour of the M25, should we be disappointed and the proceedings are dropped AGAIN! lol .......
  7. I refer you to my post #77 .......and the Judge was refering to costs prior to the court hearing. 4. The claim in fact was discontinued in January of this year. It was not discontinued on the proper form, there was no confirmation (as the Rules require) that the Defendant had been informed of the intention of the Claimant to discontinue and that any costs incurred by the Defendant had been agreed with her. This was the small claims track
  8. It is up to the defendant and/or their advisors whether a McKenzies friend or not, ( although i believe McKenzies friend only applies to criminal court, not the small claims track), to claim costs, so I cannot speak about other individual cases, however you clearly do not think costs are relevant, and that is a matter of concern? Kirkby why dont you just thank me for my useful post, admit you are wrong, accept constructive criticism and be reflective and more knowledgeable in any future representations you should make to individuals going through the court process.
  9. Kirkby you are incorrect, please read the following excerpts from my court case in March of this year......This is from a judge, so is fact not opinion............. 4. The claim in fact was discontinued in January of this year. It was not discontinued on the proper form, there was no confirmation (as the Rules require) that the Defendant had been informed of the intention of the Claimant to discontinue and that any costs incurred by the Defendant had been agreed with her. 10. In relation to her costs, there is clearly no difficulty at all. She will recover those. The
  10. Ha ha ha...Yes absolutely.......Might take a visit there myself! :brushteeth:
  11. This is the best site for advice........Together we are a force to be reckoned with!
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