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  1. Hi, We're renting privately at the moment and our boiler broke on the 18th of January 2019. We informed the estate agent who got an engineer out on Monday 21st January 2019. He informed them and our landlady that the boiler needed replacing and subsequently gave them a quote to do the work. We were then informed on Friday 25th January that our landlady wanted another quote done, so it took her 3-4 days to decide she wanted another quote, this doesn't seem reasonable to me? Surely she should just get a few quotes done as soon as she knew the boiler needed replacing. This second quot
  2. I purchased a Nexus 10 two years ago this December and I am now on my fourth device. The 2 year warranty is almost up and I have developed another fault with the one they sent me 3 days ago (Headphone jack isn't working). Previous issues have been intermittent wifi drop outs, and slow charging. This is becoming a bit of a joke now. It's got to the point where I've not really used my device extensively and hence haven't had anything stored on the device because of the constant wipes and reset to factory settings etc. The first 2 replacements we
  3. I lost a case recently and the Judge ask me to pay within 14days. Who register people on the ccj. Is it claimant or court? When is the deadline to avoid ccj? Cheers
  4. My car was - shall we say - taken roughly from behind by an Audi in January, it was a write-off, the attending policeman on the night said so, indeed; agreed with me that it was so. Aviva - for it is they - wanted to take the car from Andover to Poole, to be looked at, I had instruction from Andover police (Whichurch Roads Division) to hold on to the car, until the investigation had been completed, I explained this to several women in several telephone conversations, only to have them ring me the next day (or later the same day!) with a "Mr W******, we believe you are ready to have your car co
  5. Sorry if the post is a little long, I just feel the need to explain my position and how I have tried in the past to resolve this matter (and how it could have been). I had a mortgage with a certain building society that collapsed. This mortgage was taken out in the 90's. Nearly 11 years ago my marriage failed, quite dramatically and I needed to leave, get away from the destructive relationship. I left and sent the keys back to the said lender. The final mortgage payment that I made to them was also nearly 11 years ago. I then heard nothing until 2007, then I received a letter fr
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