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  1. Im so sorry. My apologies to Stu007. I appreciate your time and input and expertise very much. So, thank you for that. For the other interest - I originally signed an agreement to swap tenancies - with all the internal fixtures and fittings 'as is' rather than be blank-slated as a new tenancy would, so no removal of carpets, replacing fire doors, etc. This also meant that we took on each others rental amounts, status & service charge amount. We had to pay for extra gas & electrical checks, but that is all. I havent signed any other tenancy agreement (none during the changes of stewardships), however when we were first 'swallowed' by a bigger HA they did try to get us to sign new tenancies at the time, to which we refused.
  2. Godmother, I adopted my friends tenancy when i moved in because we swapped. I then did not sign any 'new' tenancy agreements when our HA first changed hands. We looked into the details and realised we would be selling ourselves short in giving up our existing ones, so i assume they have just rolled over.. and without signing anything else, assumedly our existing original contracts stand.
  3. Thank you so much for your input and advice. Im going to talk with my lovely neighbour and draft up a formal complaint as set out above (by your sterling work, Jaycee113) but we shall sit on it for a while and see what transpires regarding the rubbish collection/ or if the HA was just threatening blowing hot air and actually does nothing. I also believe in not poking the bear. Im totally not looking for trouble with this, but feel much better prepared now if they decide to make something of it. We are very lucky to have a home with a big garden (thats listed so cant be developed on) and we are aware that ours is the only one left of several thats not been decanted and sold off to developers. My neighbours tenancy is nearly 40 years old and the rules of selling from under him have saved us! (but thats another thread for another day) and yet we often feel that they are itching to get us out so they can either sell or up the rents to full market value with new tenants on contracts with less rights.
  4. OK, to clarify in respect of the above questions.. The shed has been in situ for many years. It was purchased collectively by the tenant upstairs and the tenant that previously lived in my home (her half was gifted to me with the full consent of the upstairs neighbour & co owner). I 'asume' we have full responsibility for our shed (because the HA scaffolders broke a section of it a couple of years ago and it was not fixed by them). There is nothing in our tenancies that mentions a shed. It is made of wood and not attached to the property (Its meters away from the brickwork). The HA have changed hands 3 times since its erection. The shed was definitely already 'in-situ' when the awards were won. We have certificates (that used to be displayed internally in the shared hallway, but were taken down becuase of new fire regulation rules!). We didnt have tenancy magasines to recycle then. We do pay towards gardening services (in the last couple of years only). They do not use our shed. We pay this voluntarily, but are about to cancel that because they dont actally help with whats actually needed - keeping the (vast amounts of) ivy in check and tree surgery. They just cut the lawn and dont come near the shed space at all, nor have reason to. Its a large walled garden, no other neighbours can even see the shed, nor does it sit anywhere near the garden path (as an exit). Does that help? Thank you x
  5. Hi, Ive lived in my old house for a long time (my tenancy is over 20years old). Its separated into 3 flats, 1 on each floor. All this time we (myself and my upstairs tenant combined) have had a wooden garden shed in our large garden which is not attached to the property. The garden is around 20 meters long and we have taken pride in it (winning our city's best garden award previously). Our shed is used to store our garden tools, bicycles & paint - the usual stuff people keep in sheds). The issue we now have is that our housing officer has (at my request) arrived finally to address the issue of some leftover rubbish from a previous tenant. Instead of addressing this rubbish issue, she has told me that we are not allowed to have a shed at all because its not in their policy and that not complying is jeopardising my tenancy. Im confused and concerned by this development and want to know if we are now going to be forced to remove our shed. She also told us that we cant keep paint or equipment in the shed (So, what are they for then?). What is the legal duristiction with this? I can find nothing in my tenancy that covers this at all. Can we keep our shed? Any pointers, help or advice would be fabulous.
  6. Hi, So i received this first: Legal Team <[email protected]> To: XXXXXXXXXX (me) Dear Ms XXXXX, We are in receipt of your subject access request dated 04/03/2021 and would greatly appreciate confirmation as to whether you still require all documents. We note our Client has requested for your PCN to be cancelled and we can confirm this has been done with no further action being taken against you. Yours faithfully, Legal Team For and on behalf of Civil Enforcement Limited Then the next day i received this: Dear Ms XXXXXX, Further to our email below, please find attached copies of all correspondence in relation to PCN XXXXXXXXX along with the cancellation letter. Yours faithfully, Legal Team For and on behalf of Civil Enforcement Limited ** I will post the contents of the attachment as soon as i get a minute to redact all my personal details. Incidentally the exit picture they use is awful and couldnt work as evidence and there are several documents that i have never even seen before. Allegedly sent to me!
  7. The MCOL site stayed the same message. It did not recognise my login details (claim number). I have since received an email from CEL asking if i still wanted my SAR fulfilled seen as their client had dropped the case. I said yes anyways.. Thank you for all your advice. I will make a donation to the cause. I will also be reading up on this so much more, as i have more things to challenge (Erudio & DCBL) now and i feel a little less helpless/ hopeles with it, even though the jargon is still mostly gobbledygook.
  8. Hi, I registered with MCOL when i acknowledged the claim. Those same claim details are now not recognised on the MCOL site and wont give me access to anything. This is why i believe its been properly cancelled. The nice lady from Costcoooo called me back to verify that it had been stopped also. I hate to assume anything, but..
  9. Hi. Thank you for that. I went onto the MCOL site and it says: Claim number or password is incorrect. From this i assume that the whole thing is done and dusted. After doing some research, I found out that the wholesalers do actually own the land of their car park and they employ CEL to manage their car park on their behalf. I only got the 'fine' cancelled because i phoned up head office to ask why their local customer services would tell people enquiring about it that they dont know the landowner and get asked this a lot due to the tight car park controls. This being false information and that there is a specific person at the wholesalers (Costcooooo) who can stop the tickets in their tracks. Hmph! Now, to tackle DCBL and Erudio..
  10. Hi CAGgers, I just want to thank you for your time and your guidance with my case. Im still not really sure how it all works, but i gave it a shot and ive learned some new things. I also called the head office of the wholesalers to complain about the absurdity (and expense) of the situation. They put me through to a very nice lady who listened and the cancelled the whole darn claim. So this one, that has caused me so much stress, is over.. Now to read up some more. Ive got other issues to fightback. It never ends.. Cheers gang x
  11. Name of the Claimant ? Civil enforcement ltd Date of issue – 15/02/2021 Date to submit defence - 19/03/2021 Particulars of Claim What is the claim for – the reason they have issued the claim? 1. Claim for monies relating to a parking charge for parking in a private car park managed by the claimant in breach of the terms + conditions. 2.Drivers are allowed to park in accordance with the terms + conditions of use. ANPR cameras and/or manual patrols are used to monitor vehicles entering and exiting the site. Debt + damages claimed to the sum of 182.00 Violation date 18/12/2019 The claimant claims 198.83 for monies relating to a parking charge per above including 16.83 interest pursuant to S.69 of the County Courts act of 1984 rate 8% PA from the dates above to 12/02/2021 Same rate to judgement or sooner payment daily rate to judgement 0.04 Total debt and interest due 198.83 Have you received prior notice of a claim being issued pursuant to paragraph 3 of the PAPDC (Pre Action Protocol) ? Not as far as im aware Have you changed your address since the time at which the debt referred to in the claim was allegedly incurred? Yes Did you inform the claimant of your change of address? No, because my family are still there (lockdowns, shielding, etc have caused this change). I have sent a SAR to the Claimant on the 5/03/21 I also sent a CRP31.14 request on 8/03/21
  12. Hi All, I have received a parking ticket as RK (thats registered keeper right?) for overstaying by 16 mins in a well known wholesalers car park in Liverpool. I read some very confusing (and sometimes contradictory information on several sites) on how to deal with this. I followed the instructions to firstly challenge the validity of their claim. I wrote to them (no response) and emailed them. I had to guess at the email address because they provide only the registered office address or a 'claim line', which if i had contacted them on that, would have been agreeing to their idea of us having a contract in the first place (right?). i eventually got the admin email and sent it there, stating that i had already written to them with no response. I got a response saying that they do not respond to correspondence at that address and i should either write to them (already did) or contact via the appeals line or appeals email (again with the acknowledgement that its an appeal i need, rather than straight up confirmation). I asked in at the wholesalers customer/ member services in store about the car park ownership and they informed me it was a consistent problem and they didnt know the owner. I have contacted the head office in Herts for the information. (Customer services/ member services/ online services & complaints) for the information regarding ownership of carpark and the contract of agreement between them and the CE parking management with no luck. I received no further correspondence and therefore assumed that they had dropped their spurious claims. They acknowledged my letter with: "Response from representation team - We refer to your recent correspondence. We accept for you to pay the original reduced sum of £100. The Parking Charge Notice has been passed to a debt recovery agency. All further enquiries, including payments, must be directed to them. Please follow the instruction on the correspondence you have received." I received nothing else until I receive a Northampton county court business service court claim. The amount is now in the hundreds (£274). I have acknowledged and sent back the form with nothing else written on it. now i have another week or so to mount my defence. I dont know anyone who speaks 'legalese' and frankly its giving me sleepless nights. Incidentally, at the time of the alleged 'contravention' there was a bout of sudden severe weather which was 'waited out' inside the wholesalers porch by several members and their children because the soft furnishings and electricals (for example) bought in store would have been destroyed by the downpour. Further investigation into the owner of the Civil Enforcement ltd has shown me that they are owned by CCP parking, who are in turn owned by Qa Nominees and are owned by people exposed in the Panama Papers scandal. I am feeling like im a tiny part of a very big scam here, one that DVLA are profiting from. Under advisement, I have written a complaint to the wholesalers complaining about being treated so shoddily as a member. Under advisement, I have also written to CE ltd requesting a Subject Access Request. But I really dont understand the process or what steps to take now.
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