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  1. Richard Durkin has won his appeal – HFC liable for damages for breach of duty and trashing his credit rating (but the court can’t re-award the original damages). So lenders had better beware when falsely recording defaults with the CRAs and crapping on people’s financial reputations. Well done Richard. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-26731192 There are lost of implications from this judgment (which existed before his original win was reversed on appeal) which I’m sure will filter out over the next few days. s75.1 of the CCA is now much
  2. There is a huge amount of misinformation regarding the forcing of entry for court fines. In the first instance, a separate warrant is not necessary and is not a requirement. For the avoidance of doubt, forced entry is permitted by the warrant itself. It is not used that often and in most cases, is used where a debtor refuses to engage with the enforcement agent. It is sadly the case that forced entry has also taken place because the debtor himself has been wrongly advised of the legal position. As an example, on Saturday, I received an enquiry where a locksmith was present.
  3. repA_09626739_513-061645-13519104_1.pdfAnyone have any experience with this company? Company Number: 09626739 Date of Incorporation:06/06/2015 Company Name: ASSURED SUPPORT LTD Registered Ofce: SUITE 10 THE GLOBE CENTRE ST JAMES SQUARE ACCRINGTON LANCASHIRE ENGLAND BB5 0RE Company Type: Private Limited Company Country of Origin: United Kingdom Status: Active Nature Of Business (SIC): 82990 - Other business support service activities Seems to have been involved in a string of companies - about 19 of them - almost all of which were dissolved after a very short
  4. Dear All, My daughter back in May received 2 Parking charge notices from parking eye for her car being parked at Charnock Richard Services on the m6 north, she checked the dates when her car was parked and being that i am the only other person to drive her car and plus the fact she rarely drives on the motorway it was clear that it was in fact me driving the car at the time, when she called parking eye she gave them my details to which i do not have a problem with. Now i have the 2 parking charges and they are asking me to pay £100 for each of these or £60 each if i
  5. . . . . This made me laugh so much I had to share...
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