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  1. Ive tried to get this sorted with them tried mediation too with no avail Pretty Minor.....Perhaps they are but should of been put right at time of fitting instead of leaving me with a non conforming boiler (Both building regs which they have issued a certificate saying it confirms too and a gas safe certificate to say it has been fitted properly also not forgeting the loos wires all over the joists in the roof where they have left a major hazzard and also piggybacking onto my lighting circuit!! All they had to do was put it right they were told i would pay once put right but instead they just go down the court route 3 TIMES NOW i was looking to get a new conforming boiler fitted when it had been struck out but yet again im stuck with it while this Rumbles on!
  2. I will redo and repost Yes Sgtbush this post is still running and some people are giving positive advice My hands are tied I cannot remove this boiler or I leave myself wide open as only they are the only people allowed to touch it if I remove it I have played into their hands It's them who fitted it not to standard and them who have been dragging this on It would of been removed and returned to them by now of it had been the end of it when it was struck out! It's needs sorting out by a judge
  3. Hope this works Exhibit 1 is the T&C PDF Exhibit 2 (Default letter dated 26th jan) is pages 1,2,3,4 of the pdf (However this differs from the one i received (Dated 8th Jan ) Pages 5,6,7 is the default letter i received on 8th jan Exhibit 3 Page 9 Past Judegment order Exhibit 4 Pages 9,10 "Letter re past claim" Many thanks
  4. It's been in the courts system for 3 tries and even at mediation I told them to fix the faults and it would be sorted ....they refused I've said from day one sort it and I will pay Had it of been easy to remove like a tv or a car or something like that then it would of been taken back to them Would you be happy to pay?
  5. The boiler is not fitted to standard The boiler loses pressure at least once a week The boiler keeps tripping off it's been a case with putting up with a bad job as my hands have been tied and I'm not doing anything myself as I would leave myself wide open for breach of contract I entered an agreement for a fully fitted boiler which I havnt had Reason why I havnt had it put right is because of all the court action and the fact that if I Havnt had it put to standard is because if I did I would of been in breach of contract Nothing has been paid as I have previously said because the boiler wasn't finished
  6. I think to be fair I'm.more inclined to defend the claim and get it removed then go to a company who will carry out the works to ALL required standards Just out of interest does this new POC look like it would fall under Res judicata?
  7. I'd prefer another company to remove the boiler as I no longer want to deal with these The old boiler would be carefully removed and stored until they collected it Just a shame they cannot put my old boiler back in as although old was reliable and kicked plenty of heat and hot water out I'm just at the end of my tether with it and if having the boiler removed gets this ended then So be it Should I get quoted for how much it would be to get this put to standard?
  8. I'd be happy to have the boiler removed if need be The boiler hasn't been serviced since day one and I'm.unsure as to if any damage will of been caused by this Also the fact that it's not fitted to standard gas safe or building regulations which will also cost me if the boiler stays I only entered Into the agreement because I was promised a hassle free boiler for monthly payments If the boiler was to stay surley this would need sorting But then is the fact I would be dealing with this company still after the way I have been treated since fitting I just want an end to this because it is making me feel ill
  9. Hindsite is a wonderfull thing lol I hope you understand even more so why i am not happy and want this sorting out Any Help appreciated
  10. I have scanned and made A Pdf file http:///drive.google.com/open?id=1nm18o7_eI52DreD0xzbb3MQ6PV5sn3zn Thats a link for a direct share Thank you
  11. JUst had a good read of the T&C and yes it does say they will do this (Ive also been told that the FCA have said that they are required to do affordability checks and not secure on my house like they have done ) At no time was i told they would do this NO i never recieved anything from TLR it was in the Evidence pack that ASG sent me for the last Struck out case
  12. This is what has Showed up on The registration At the Land Registry This says that the application was completed on 20th March 2014 (Boiler was fitted on 5th Dec 2013) I have only come across this because some one told me to check i was unaware of this What is it? Id be quite happy for them to come take the boiler out (It dosnt belong to me until after the 14 year term when it is paid for) Ive a boiler that hasnt been serviced is always losing pressure and going off and one that isnt fitted to Building regs or Gas safe Regs I have limited time to reply to the above amended POC so any help appreciated Thanks in advance
  13. Id be quite happy for a third party to do that if im honest get rid of it We tried mediation they just want costs for boiler and not to put it right Below is the amended POC which has come today Previous strike out was on 3-11-2017 and the first letter i got from them was on 8-11-2017 asking to restart my Direct Debit ALso the default notice (If it is valid Is dated 8-1-2018 NOT 26th January as stated in new poc PARTICULARS OF CLAIM 1. xxxxx and xxxxx (defendant’s) entered into a Boiler Replacement Agreement (BRA) with A Shade Greener (Boilers) LLP (Claimant) on the 29th November 2013. See Exhibit 1 (BRA). 2. Under the Conditional Sale Agreement of the BRA, specially Clause 10, it details the monthly prices for the agreement: “The customer shall make 169 monthly repayments to the Company being 3 monthly payments in the sum of £22.95 commencing immediately after installation of the Equipment, follows by 21 monthly payments in the sum of £45.89 per month, followed by 144 monthly payments in the sum of £47.27 escalating at 3% per annum after the third anniversary of the date of installation”. See Exhibit 1 (BRA). 3. Along with this information under the Conditional Sale agreement it also details the total amount payable under Clause 6 and 8, being £8,832.37 (£4,109.89 for the Equipment and £4,722.48 for the Maintenance and Service). See Exhibit 1 (BRA). 4. The goods supplied under the BRA by the claimant are detailed under Section 1 of “Definitions”, Clause 5 of the Conditional Sale agreement and under Section 6 of the “Pre-Contract Credit Information”. The goods detailed as being: “A Grade ‘A’ condensing central heating boiler with parts and components necessary for the functioning of the boiler”. See Exhibit 1 (BRA). 5. The services provided by the Claimant are detailed between Clause 7 and 13 within Schedule 1 of the BRA – “The Company’s Responsibilities and Obligations”. See Exhibit 1 (BRA). 6. Upon the Defendant’s breaching the Conditional Sale Agreement of the BRA, specifically Clause 12 (Missing two or more monthly payments), the Claimant issued a formal default notice to the Defendant’s dated 26th January 2018, the Defendant’s received this as confirmed by the Royal Mail Tracking information. See Exhibit 2 (Default Notice). 7. The Default notice issued clearly state’s the defaulted payments commenced in November 2017. This is due to the previous claim (...) being struck out resulting in all previous arrears/charges being waivered. See Exhibit 3 (Court Order). 8. Following the previous claim (.....) being struck out the Claimant wrote to the Defendant’s in order to recommence the monthly payments and arrange an annual service of the equipment, this letter was sent on the 8th November 2017 and was received by the Defendant’s on the 10th November 2017 as per the Royal Mail Tracking information. See Exhibit 4 (Letter re previous claim). 9. The claim amount consists of the “Option to purchase” price of the BRA which currently stands at £3,762 inclusive of VAT which can be found under Schedule 3 of the BRA. There is then a £60.00 administration charge, the £185.00 court costs and £37.00 of VAT for the court costs which the Claimant is charged added to this making the total claim £4,044.00. See Exhibit 1 (BRA). i now have 28 days from 8th May to :- By 4pm 28 days the Defendant must file with the court and serve on the claiment the amended defence (And counterclaim) Which meets the following requirments A) is in writing preferably typed and consists of numbered paragraphs; B) it sets out concicisely all the facts the defendant relies upon ; C) It responds in turn to each of the facts contained in the claimants amended POC stating whether each fact is admitted , Denied or neither admitted or denied by the defendant D)Is verified by a statement of truth Thanks in advance B y 10.
  14. I appreciate what you are saying but i have a boiler that is not fitter properly or working properly Fitted not to standard My previous boiler albeit very old worked perfectly i just want this sorted out fitted correctly and working properly like i was promised I Have this morning recieved the New POC Am I OK to put it here Sometime over the weekend to me it still reads similar to the other on and some advice would be appreciated This is still what i cant understand WHY is this Not Classed As Res Judicata
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