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Hi please can someone help me. I was awarded a suspended eviction order on 9th November 2009. Whereby the judge ordered if I had to go again I had to go before him and He would basically chuck us out (due to me being there previously) That was dated until November 2010 - Will this be relevent now. Mortgage is with Santander. I have fell behind a few times since just before xmas, but ALWAYS made it up. I am up to date with my payments. And dont owe anything til end of September. My arrears currently stand at £856.71 I have been away on holiday, and come back to a Warrent for the possession of property. Eviction will take place at 28th August at 10.20am. Santander, phoned me in on 20th July - My payments where up to date. Requested I went through a income expenditure with them - right there and then on the phone. I was at work and requested they put the forms in the post. I promptly filled them in and posted them back. Santander say today that because they didnt get them & I defaulted on court agreement they either want the Full £856.71 or the House. Please help me Please help 1 small child and a pretend teenager. Reading through some of the other threads, people have been evicted for being up to date. Really starting to panic Forgot to say I do work, and can pay the mortgage. Just messed my money up a few times this year. But It was payed as soon as, And I am up to date
We have received court papers for possession of our rented house, the case is due to be heard on 28 September 2013. The landlord has failed to and refused to place our deposit in a TDS. We have proof by way of signed receipt from the agent that the deposit was received, it is also in our tenancy agreement that it has been paid. Is the correct way to go about claiming deposit back and compensation by using the counterclaim section of the landlords claim for possession? or would this have to be done in our own separate claim? Is it worth me doing it? or should I involve one of the many firms who are currently doing No Win no Fee? thanks in advance for your help AGAIN!!! these forums have been so helpful to me in the past to which I extend my gratitude. thepalace1
http://labourlist.org/2013/01/esasos-the-government-are-sneaking-through-major-changes-to-how-disabled-people-are-assessed/ So, we now have imaginary guide dogs. Now, I do not know the process of getting a guide dog or how easy it is to obtain one. But is it reasonable for them to assume you can use a guide dog? Bearing in mind there are checks they have to do; such as if you've got other pets. (you can have a guide dog if you've got other pets; but it depends how the animals are together) And then there's the training you have to do. Some people may have medical conditions which make using a guide dog unsuitable. If you're just mentally impaired, you can't use physical descriptors and vice versa. Where does this leave people with things like Autism? It's developmental and many of us are affected physically and mentally.