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Defence Minister outlines expanded mental health provision for Armed Forces and veterans READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/defence-minister-outlines-expanded-mental-health-provision-for-armed-forces-and-veterans
Hi, I made a SAR to a debt collection company for specific documents pertaining to a debt dating back to 2009. The debt has been passed to numerous companies in the preceding years. I specifically asked for: 1. Copy of the original signed, alleged credit agreement(s). 2. Any and all alleged Default Notices (DNs). 3. Any and all, signed and dated Notices of Assignment (NoA) between all parties, at any time. 4. Details of the recorded delivery of NoAs and DNs (iaw Law of Property Act 1925) 5. Disclosure of any indication or notes which have either caused or resulted in that manual intervention, or other evidence of that manual intervention. 6. Provide any underwriting sheet or other document containing any commission payments relating to the above account. They have failed to provide items 3, 4 5 & 6. They dispute any requirement to provide item 4 and maintain they are only obliged under Data Protection Act (DPA) to provide information they hold and I should contact the original lender for outstanding documents. From the information they have provided the DN does not provide a specific date for resolution, stating ’14 days’. Additionally, the DN figure quoted is approximately £1,000 less than that currently being claimed. The debt collection company claim they purchased the debt at the higher amount and therefore this is the amount they are entitled to claim. They are contacting the original lender to explain why there is a discrepancy between the two figures. The debt collection company maintain that they have satisfied my SAR and that all disputes are resolved. Any advice?
Ministry of Justice amendments to Contracts for Court Fine enforcement. In 2006 the Ministry of Justice awarded contracts to private sector bailiff companies to enforce magistrate court fines. Over time, new contracts have been awarded and the current position is that only four companies are contracted to enforce unpaid criminal court fines with Marston Group and Collectica Ltd enforcing in the UK and Excel Ltd and Swift Credit Services covering Wales. In April 2014 the Ministry of Justice Procurement Directorate (as representative of the Secretary of State) made important amendments to each of the companies contracts to ensure that they were compliant with Part 3 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 which came into effect on 6th April 2014. In this respect amendments were made to Schedule 4 (Specification) and Schedule 5 (Price Schedule). In respect to Schedule 4 the following changes have been made to the contracts: The word 'Bailiffs' have been replaced with ‘Enforcement Agent’ ‘Distress Warrants are now known as Warrants of Control’ 'Taking Control of Goods' has replaced words, such as ‘Levy’ and ‘Distrain, Distraint and Distress’ ...
Anyone know what these are all about. I signed on wed saw work coach advisor where i switched the to new work plan booklet, and was made an apportment to see a esf families provision advisor next straight after next signing. Did not sound like anything to worry about but thought i see if any knew what its all about. Thanks