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  1. Hi, I am defending a multi track case and i have the DQ form: formfinder.hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/n181-eng.pdf Am ok with the rest of the form but it is asking for draft directions, i have looked on google, can anyone point me as what draft directions i should be looking at putting forward?
  2. Would it be possible to clarify if HMRC or the DWP have contacted my bank using this the RIP ACT. If they have, would there be anything I could do to protect my rights legally. I have recently established HMRC appear to be investigating me. I have a complaint in with the HMRC adjudicator currently, it seems as a result of my complaints escalation they have taken this ridiculous attitude towards trying to find dirt on me. I have legal issues with hmrc. any help or advice much appreciated
  3. I have just been to court where the landlord tried to use a section 21 notice. at court it was a meeting for a directions hearing. the Judge struck out the landlords s21 claim because he had left important information regrding bonds etc out of the document, he got the dates wrong and the judge also noticed the irregularities between tenancy documents. ie, that there were two tenancy versions submitted to court. the judge mentioned involving forensics and discrepancies with signatures on the documents. there are two more versions of the tenancy agreement/s that the court didnt see. i was represented by a housing charity. we disagreed about the bond and the tenancy/s. I paid a bond and at the time of signing the tenancys, i was lead to believe that I had my own tenancy. i feel that the judge can see the foul play but the housing charity can't, or won't see it. the landlord is now saying it is a joint tenancy. if it is a joint tenancy, i will be liable for huge debts he took a bond from me and did not protect it. his accounting is riddled with errors and inconsistencies. he wount provide me with full accounting, just his made up versions which dont tally. how can it be a joint tenancy when there are multiple versions of the agreement/s?
  4. Dear Caggers, My friend has been claiming ESA (support group) and DLA for a few years now, after a severe stroke...... He lives with his mother (who is a pensioner) and cares for him. They had a random visit from a "multi benefit review officer" with no prior arrangement, however, my friends mother refused entry and they have to telephone to arrange a re-visit with both my friend and his mother in attendance. Obviously, to have an unannounced visit causes great anxiety. Could anyone clarify what this is for? Is it to do with ATOS medicals? My friend has never claimed carer's allowance as he thought he was not entitled to as its his mother and this is exempt......
  5. He might be one of the most influential men in Britain but multi-millionaire Martin Lewis admits he still loves a bargain Martin Lewis may be the most influential man in Britain. There can’t be many people who haven’t, wittingly or unwittingly, followed his advice. He currently holds a media royal flush: an eponymous prime-time ITV1 show, weekly high-profile radio slots, a column in this newspaper and – the ace in his unbeatable hand – a money-saving website attracting nearly nine million users a month. But right now the unofficial Financial Adviser to the Nation isn’t being influential, he’s being grumpy. I have just beaten him soundly at Scrabble and he wants Telegraph readers to know he was unlucky. (True.) And now he’s going to prove it to me. He opens his laptop and shows me one of many graphs relating to every single game he has played against his wife of four years, the television weather presenter Lara Lewington. All 915 of them. In real life, as in the game, he is “ferociously” (his word) competitive, addicted to spreadsheets and possessed of extraordinary intensity and stamina, like the Governor of the Bank of England crossed with the Duracell bunny. He does everything at top speed – he couldn’t get through his daily work mountain if he didn’t – and that includes talking. Out of curiosity I used our recorded interview to work out how fast he speaks – surely the only statistic in his life he hasn’t measured himself – and was not surprised when he attained land-based speeds of 238 words per minute: the national average is 120. More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/10437443/Multi-millionaire-Martin-Lewis-I-still-shop-at-Poundland.html
  6. hi to everyone,new to this so bare with me. in 2000 got involved with welcome finance and over the next 4 yeays took out loans a,b,c,d& e. c&d were both running at the same time and eventually consolidated into e. a,b,c were all consolidating eachother..hope that all makes sense? all the loans had some sort of insurances on them ie medicare,lifecover and ppi. sent a sar and recieved the information. informed welcome would be making a claim and recieved standard reply of not being regulated for the loans of a,b,c,d and to there records they had no ppi showing on e. on credit agreement it shows medicare and lifecover added. was advised to contact the insurer (aviva). replied with letter before action that it was them who issued the loan and therefore them i was pursueing. my question is am i doing right by taking them to court and is there another way?
  7. Hi everybody, I received a parking fine whilst parked in a council multi-story car park. The details - I was with my partner and our newborn child along with our disabled daughter. So we parked on the ground floor and displayed (clearly) our blue disability parking badge. Long story short we came back and saw the ticket, then when i investigated, the only place it says that blue badge is not valid is on an actual sign net to the ticket booth (which is not near the entrance/exit) and nowhere else (i took pictures on my phone) do i have any grounds or is it a case of pay up? I now have the fine increased to £75 as i lost the original ticket and all correspondance went to my mums house as that is where my car is registered to thanks in advance
  8. I hardly use my landline aside from Broadband so the connection for BT comes in at the front door and finishes there. The Sky box is a good 30 meters from there downstairs and same upstairs. I got a engineer out to wire it for me but was quoted a nice tidy some and also told that the wires would be visible as I don't have carpets or places for the wires to be hidden. I don't wanna get this done. So every month Sky sends me a letter and I hook it up through a extension to call each box in. Lasts a month then Sky again sends me a letter. Highly annoying! Is there anyway to avoid this?
  9. Experian®, the global information services company, today announced that Wescot, a leading debt collection agency, has signed a multi-million pound contract extension for the provision of data services for the next two years. The deal will give Wescot complete and accurate data to better assess debtor characteristics and enhance its collections performance. Wescot will be one of the first clients to be migrated to Experian’s new dynamic platform, ExPin later this year. ExPin changes the way data is matched by assigning every person a unique identifier PIN which drastically reduces any chance of duplication and significantly improves overall match rates and data quality. It also maximises the opportunity of retrieving data accurately which will enable Wescot to gain a complete and accurate profile of its customers. Simon Waller, head of collections and customer management at Experian, commented: “Through the extension of our partnership with Wescot, we look forward to providing the company with quality data and advanced business intelligence. Using technology to enhance debt collection practices is becoming increasingly important, particularly with recent scrutiny and increased regulation of the debt collection industry. This partnership will help Wescot adhere to stringent regulatory guidelines, increase data accuracy and help drive the best data collection practices in the industry.” Paul Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer at Wescot said: “Our strategic partnership with Experian has improved our collections operating model by delivering insight into individual customers and client portfolios. As a result we have been able to strengthen our competitive advantage in the UK’s collections and recovery markets. The implementation of the ExPin system, when integrated with our decisioning and execution platforms, will further improve our ability to take into consideration each individual customer circumstances and deliver appropriate solutions for the repayment of outstanding debts. The benefits to the consumer and our clients are significant, however without question the most important element is the ability to continue to achieve the highest possible standards of compliance in the sector, therefore this is an investment which is designed to continue to protect the reputations of our clients and the Wescot brand.” Link: http://www.ccrmagazine.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=7430&Itemid=33
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