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The following press report features on SCOOP. Anyone viewing YouTube videos regarding bailiff enforcement, will be familiar with the name of Chrisy Morris (he previously used to call himself Chrissy Morris). Chris Morris features very prominently on many of the FMoTL F/B groups where he is very know know for 'baiting' bailiffs. He will telephone enforcement agents, enforcement companies, court staff etc and upload the conversations onto YouTube. As the article states, he is to face a 2 days trial for obstructing a Enforcement Agent when enforcing a High Court writ. https://tamesidereporter.com/2017/03/patel-cottage-bailiff-eviction-demonstrator-opts-for-trial/
Hi, I have received a PCN for failing to comply with a No Entry Sign in Morris Place N4 London. It's a very confusing road which splits into a No Entry two thirds of the way down the road. What is particularly confusing is that there is still a 'Turn Left' sign at the end of the road - possibly from before a No Entry rule was introduced? This 'Turn Left' sign can clearly be seen on the photographs on my PCN notice. I've done a bit of googling and can see that this Morris Place No Entry has been the cause of much discussion previously with a number of people appealing and having success. I think some of the road signs have now changed (I don't think there was a No Through Road previously at the top of the road). Is it worth me appealing again? It was dark and I did not see the sign, I also used to live in Finsbury Park and it was always OK to drive down this road, but must have changed in the last few years. It seems ridiculous for such a tiny stretch of road. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks
I have just watched this programme - All this guy wanted was a downstairs toilet so that he could have some dignity - at the time of making the programme, the local council were still making up their minds whether or not to provide this for him. Shocking. What an amazing transformation though Nick Knowles, his team , local tradesmen and the whole community came together to give this man his life back and provide him and his family with a brighter future. I am unable to put the link because it contains part of a banned word.. so for the full story google.. DIY SOS: The Big Build on BBC1 tonight with Nick Knowles helping Mo Morris in Maidstone
In June 2008 I received a letter from Robinson, Way & Company advising that they had been appointed by Halifax Bank to collect a debt in respect of a credit card. According to Robinson, Way & Co. Halifax Bank had sent me a default notice in June 2004 but as I had no knowledge of any debt or default I wrote to Robinson Way on 21 June 2008 requesting a copy of the signed and dated credit agreement. I also sent them a cheque for £1.00 to cover the fee payable under the CCA 1974. On 25 June 2008 Robinson, Way replied that they had ordered a copy agreement from their client and would forward it to me when they received it. They returned my £1.00 cheque. I heard nothing more about this until November 2012 when a company called Moon Beever wrote to me saying they were now collecting on behalf of Robinson, Way & Co. I replied that I did not acknowledge any debt to them or their client and that having written to Robinson Way four years previously and hearing nothing from them I considered the matter closed. On 28 June I received a letter from Connaught Collections saying, "please find enclosed information as requested". What they enclosed was a sheaf of papers - 16 pages in all - headed Credit Card Agreement Regulated By The Consumer Credit Act 1974 and containing the usual details relating to a standard credit card agreement. My name and current address are shown on the print-out but nowhere does it show my signature or a date. At the end of the first seven pages it says, "TEASER 01 12/02" and at the end of the next section it says, "TEASER 01 STD 06/04-10/04" I have now received a letter from a company called Walker Morris stating that they are acting for 1st Credit and that they are instructed that if their client does not receive payment they may issue court proceedings against me. I am minded to say, "go ahead, see you in Court and don't forget to bring a signed and dated Credit Agreement" but wonder if any CAG members might have any advice on dealing (or not) with these people.