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  1. My GP has said I'm fit to return to work and has signed a sick note to this effect, but my employer's OH doctor recommends my employer commissions a report from a neuro psychologist prior to any return. As I'm fit to return I do not believe I should have to take any delay as annual leave and it can't be classed as sick leave, as I'm considered fit to work. What is the solution? Would this be "garden" leave?
  2. Hi i am a director of a company and we have issued proceedings against a supplier. I have done all the pre court hearing paperwork and we have a trial date. However, I am confused as to whether I, as a director or as an employee (I take a wage from the business), can represent the company in court. CPR 39.6 says A company or other corporation may be represented at trial by an employee if – (a) the employee has been authorised by the company or corporation to appear at trial on its behalf; and (b) the court gives permission. Yet when I have researched case law I ha
  3. Hi All, Me, my Husband and daughter(18) rented three storage "garages" from a storage company three years ago. In February 2014 they had problems with leaky roof which caused damage to daughter's stuff in her garage, which they never compensated for saying beyond their control as rain is an act of God (????). They put the charges up this year (contract to run April 14 - March 15) which we weren't prepared to pay as they still haven't repaired the roof. We therefore gave a month notice and removed our stuff on the 25th April. On the 2nd of May they then issued three invoices, min
  4. Hello there , Hopefully in the right place ? I would really appreciate any advice re: Eviction. I assume the property I am renting is not privately owned, and is owned by a HA..... I did a mutual exchange from a Council property to HA and was only given a sparsely worded Tennancy Agreement and known as the Assignee. Any way cut a long story short, I was taken to court in 2009 for rent arrears £1,000. approx and ordered to pay £20. wk on top of rent. Subsequently, I managed to lower the arrears owed to £84. in 2 yrs, despite recieving £10.17 mth HB, on part-time wages, and £700. per c
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