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  1. Quicker way to resolve claim disputes launched online READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/quicker-way-to-resolve-claim-disputes-launched-online
  2. Background The landlord initially let a flat to myself via a letting agent "not managed" in 2013 and they used one of their standard 20 page contracts on a fixed term of 12 months. We have recently moved out and now the Landlord is being a pain. Question Every year since the first contract on the expiry of each he choose due to cost to use a Staples type contract which is just 1 A4 Page, simply setting out the details etc. no T&Cs attached such as "you cant do this, You must do this etc" My guess is no as the first contract has a expiry date to this but can the terms of
  3. Any help would be appreciated. I am trying to establish whether my solicitor has acted negligent by not following the pre-action protocol in respect of a Disrepair claim which has now been settled, after 6 years of my local council denying liability under the OLA 1957. I had an accident during the period where liability was being disputed but my solicitor is claiming that he did not have the funds to pursue a PI claim but never advised me on this, and on checking the pre action protocol under Disrepair claim there is reference that would suggest that in any event, a claim for PI aris
  4. Hi all I had two ccj debts with Aktiv Kapital which have now both passed the 6 year point. Both had interim charging orders on my house. I paid off one of about £3k and had the charging order removed. They very kindly also sent me a receipt to show that the other debt was clear (which it wasn't) I forwarded that to the court and had the other charging order removed. I moved house a year ago and I am still paying £20 a month to Aktiv Kapital. Any thoughts about what they could do if I stop these monthly payments? The CCJ wasn't really settled altho
  5. Govan Law Centre has published a free tookit for Scottish homeowners who are unhappy with the service received from their property factors (property managers). The free toolkit, supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, explains the rights of customers in relation to the relevant law - including the Property Factors (Scotland) Act 2011, which was drafted by GLC for Patricia Ferguson MSP - the registration process for property factors, the statutory Code of Conduct, and the new dispute resolution procedure in Scotland. The toolkit includes illustrative letters of complain
  6. Citizens Advice claims in 76% of studied cases customers could complain to Financial Financial Ombudsman Service and win damages Three-quarters of payday loan customers who have turned to Citizens Advice for help may have had grounds to make an official complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, the charity says.Citizens Advice analysed 665 payday loan cases reported by consumers between 1 January and 30 June this year and concluded that in 76% of them borrowers could have made an official complaint and possibly won compensation. One in five of the cases were possible cases of fraud, w
  7. RESOLVING NEIGHBOUR DISPUTES GUIDE Documents Source: https://www.gov.uk/how-to-resolve-neighbour-disputes/overview PART 1 - OVERVIEW If you have a dispute with your neighbour: 1. Try to solve the problem informally by talking to them. 2. If your neighbour is a tenant, you could contact their landlord. 3. You could use a mediation service if raising the issue informally doesn’t work. 4. If the dispute involves a statutory nuisance (something like loud music or barking dogs), you can make a complaint to your local council. 5. Contact t
  8. The journey (flight of fantasy) of a PIP appeal. Note: fails to state the appellant’s two time limits to act. http://www.dwp.gov.uk/docs/pip-disputes-journey.pdf Tribunal Service SCSS1 appeal form http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/forms/tribunals/sscs/sscs1.pdf This is the guidance pages for the new appeals system http://www.justice.gov.uk/forms/hmcts/sscs
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