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  1. This is regarding a tripartite agreement between a Principal, Agent and Third party. The Principal is only liable for the tort (and/or failure) of the Agent if the Principal is undisclosed. The Principal is NOT liable if he had been disclosed prior to the agreement. However, can the Third Party sue a prior disclosed Principal on the grounds that he was negligent in choosing the Agent in the first place? Also, can the prior disclosed Principal be sued because he had significant control over the Agent? Thanks a lot and I would greatly appreciate any case law.
  2. Hi tony http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?384453-Clydesdale-bank-preference-account-fees-reclaiming&p=4962977#post4962977 I had a Principal Account from 2000 to 2008 when it was abruptly ended by the bank. My experiences sound very similar to yours. I too had a £15,000 overdraft facility and was being charged £50 per month for services on the account. I am currently pursuing the bank on several issues, however they cannot give me any info about the earning threshold that was required to qualify for the account, or who signed the papers to authorise th
  3. I proved that BG had overbilled for six years and I believe the documentation establishes proof that they accpeted this. When finally pushed in a corner, they refunded one year of overbilling ayaing that they were not required to go back more than one year. Can this be correct? Eam
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