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  1. Paypal uses boilerplate messages in their dispute resolution process, which means their replies are not case specific. Vouchers are not "digital goods", more of a promissory note, but I don't know the law on whether they can be traded. Ask PayPal on their 0800 number to send you a copy of the bank’s chargeback notice so you have the grounds that persuaded the bank to award the chargeback, then bring an action against the buyer to recover the money. If you sue PayPal under the Lugano Convention (they are in Luxembourg), they retaliate by disrupting your account. You can report the buyer to eBay and they can close their account.
  2. Bailiff advice, can you give the claim number for the judgment you quoted from?
  3. Thank you for taking the time to bring it. Do you have the original claim number? or the citation?
  4. item 3 of Schedule 11? Does not apply to personal data unless obliged to disclose. An employer has no obligation.
  5. Try paragraph 58 of Schedule 12 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007, but its bailiff's law.
  6. See if Regulation 45 of the Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) Regulations 1992 is what you are looking for.
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