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  1. Hi I have successfully won against sevral banks as a consumer, but am unable to find the prelim business letter template, i have got the LBA letter template.help. thanks in advance.
  2. I was due to got court (alloc hearing) next week, however i contacted abbeys solicitors, and said i would be willing to settle out of court,(inother words i offerd an olive branch) i recieved a cheque today for what i had claimed plus court fees etc.
  3. Hi There I have a court allocation hearing in the first week of feb 2007. Question: Will i need to take all the court bundle with me, or what documents will i take to court? help. any help would be appreciated.
  4. This is one of the first cases is tudied when i was studying law hope it helps. Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] the founding case of tort law. Claimant had gone to a cafe with a friend, who had bought her a drink of ginger beer. She had poured some of the drink into a glass and consumed it. When she poured the rest she found the decomposing remains of a dead snail. Claimant became unwell and brought a claim of tort negligence against the manufacturer. Because this was a unique case it was decided to first establish if it was legally possible for the manufacturer to be liable in law. This meant that the House of Lords considered only the issue of legal liability (the H of L referred the issue of factual liability back to the court, in which the case was started, so they can determine the facts within the case - e.g. was there a snail within the bottle and whether the manufacturer was negligent etc). However, the House of Lords did decide that the manufacturer could be liable in certain circumstances. In deciding the legal principles, Lord Atkin commented: "The rule that you are to love your neighbour becomes in law, you must not injure your neighbour: and the lawyers question, Who is my neighbour? receives a restricted reply. You must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you can reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbour. Who then is my neighbour? The answer seems to be - persons who are so directly affected by my act that I ought reasonably to have them in contemplation as being affected when I am directing my mind to the acts or omissions which are called in question."
  5. I recieved an (allocation) letter from the court which i returned, i presume i will now receive a letter giving me a court date, my question is? has anyone actually gone to court against Abbey yet?.:? Thanks in advance.
  6. A yellow line if it is substantially b r ok en or covered in snow or leaves, renders a pcn issued whilst parked on said line invalid.
  7. Make sure you stick to your schedule ,and wait for the sound of the letter with your refund dropping through the letterbox:grin:
  8. I used a driving licence photocopied at local branch, stamped by staff then forwarded to hq by recorded delivery.
  9. According to the trading standards infoi got , it appears that telecommunications are exempt, however i have asked trading standrds to show me where abouts on the cca 1974, the exemption is mentioned, i am going to go to court anyway as i beleive my t-mobile account is unsubstantiated.
  10. I applied to my county police hq and applied using data protection act to see what the police held on me. i also asked them to search the national police database as well. it cost me a tenner in total. If you want to find other info there a couple of ways to go about it, you could contact the forces professional standards dept or enquire under freedom of information act. although due to "operational and other reasons" they (the police) will sometimes refuse to give it to you.
  11. I have usually waited for the full 14 days.8)
  12. I am not sure but there is an old english law known as "Offer to treat" and for example if you were to go into your local tresco or addsa or sinburys ( spelling error intentional) they are not bound to sell you the goods. SGH Law - Practice Areas - IT & E-Commerce - Articles
  13. Kent police took 6 weeks to turn up when someone threatened my life this year, so its no suprise that when it comes to white collar crime, they dont give a toss. by the way once i reported said police to IPCC, they jumped through hoops and an investigation took place very quickly.
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