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  1. Yes, you are right. We have contacted shelter already they are calling this evening. Mind is a great idea, will call them today. Also trying to get through to the royal courts of justice cab. From my experience bwith helping another friend. There service is extremely busy. Whilst an action plan is needed, at the moment the priority would be stop the bailiff evicting her on Wednesday. As I understand to do this she would need submit the n244 asap for a judge decide. But what orders are we asking to set aside and under what grounds..? Help please anyone? Nb. She is being quoted
  2. Complicated story. My neighbour confided in me she just found out she is being evicted at 9am on the 11th Jan 17. She is 69, has long term mental health conditions and her affairs were previously handled by the court of protection for some 20 years. She is a leaseholder (66years remaining) of a flat within a house conversation, it appears from the paperwork I have seen the landlord has been successful in gaining possession and she is now being evicted by way of forfeiture. The original claim for forfeiture in 2014(?), which was withdrawn states for
  3. Hello all, Newbie here, I would like to add that my new landlord (a London LA) advised me of a weekly water charge totalling (£780 pa) direct to them. I have a self contained flat within a large house. I little investigating Thames Water advised me my estimated water charges on a meter would be in the region of £500. I did a quick calculation via Consumer Council for Water calculator, with my estimated use of water consuming items (washing machine, toilet, bath etc) and they estimate my water bill on a meter is estimated to be £440- so saving if I change. Asked Thames Water to fi
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