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  1. From the Guardian today. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/sep/10/boot-out-bailiffs-debt-collection-councils-ethical-schemes HB
  2. Armed forces and reserve forces pension schemes: guidance booklets READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/armed-forces-and-reserve-forces-pension-schemes-guidance-booklets
  3. Regulator the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which no longer deals with complaints flight delays and cancellations, has announced that a total of 20 airlines have now signed up to approved 'Alternative Dispute Resolution' (ADR) bodies. Customers with complaints aginst those airlines who have signed up with the Retail Ombudsman will have thier case dealt with free of charge. But British Airways, easyjet and Thomas Cook have signed with CEDR which charges customers a £25 fee for unsuccessful claims for compensation https://www.caa.co.uk/Passengers/Resolving-travel-problems/How-the-CAA-can-help/Alternative-dispute-resolution/ Retail Ombudsman Air Astana, Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge,Asiana Airlines EgyptAir , Flybe, Ryanair, SkyWorks Airlines AG, South African Airways TAP Portugal Turkish Airlines, Wizz Air Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) British Airways, easyJet, Thomas Cook, Thomson (TUI)
  4. Hi all, am I right in thinking that all letting agents are required by law to be signed up to an approved redress scheme (the property ombudsman, ombudsman services property or property redress scheme)? If this is the case, then who is responsible for enforcing this? Thanks, ben.
  5. Hello everyone ! My landlord has not paid my deposit into a rent G'tee scheme . Can anyone provide a copy of a completed form 1 ( perhaps with dummy info ) to take to sheriff court ? I really don't have a clue how to fill it in Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  6. My mother took out an equity release scheme with Aviva 13 years for 81k.... with an interest rate of 8.5% compound, and an early repayment clause linked to gilts. She has realised that if she maintains this, in another 10 years, she will effectively be destitute as the interest will take ALL of the equity in her home, her only asset. She therefore wishes to repay it early and Aviva are now seeking, in addition to the exorbitant interest accrued over the years a 62k early repayment/payment clause... therefore to settle this debt, she must now repay 294k or thereabouts. She did not have any IFA advice at the time, and we have approached/complained to Aviva already but to no joy. Can anyone now assist us as to how we should proceed.. ... this penalty clause is exorbitant... it is said to compensate Aviva for what they stand to lose, as they look at the scheme lasting 28 years. This however is not true because even after 28 years they seek a repayment fee of 50% of the original loan (if the gilts maintain the same degree of fall as they have today), in my mother's case 40k... . after charging interest that will have accrued to over 700k! Any help/advice will be gratefully received. thanks
  7. Despite a push button controlled barrier we are having increasing problems with rogue parking in a block of flats in which I have an investment property. Spaces are numbered and no occupier has more than one allocated space, although many have more that one car. Visitors spaces are never available, people park in other peoples' spaces, the disabled spaces and on verges, blocking access to emergency vehicles. Mindful of R.L Davey v UKPC, the Residents' Association do not wish to harass members and their tenants, we are mindful of our tenants' quiet enjoyment rights, but we can no longer allow this situation to continue. We have two visitors spaces. Each was occupied for three days last week by the same car. I wished to visit my tenant and had to park in the street I have just spoken to a company which operates a self ticketing scheme. It works thusly. The company send a pack of signs to the management company who erect them. Any car parking improperly is photographed by the Management Company or any member of the Residents Association, and the photograph is then emailed to the parking company who then issue a pcn. As the company will only issue PCNs at our request, I cannot see any reasons why we should lose Popla appeals. I should be grateful for comments.
  8. Breaking news Supreme Court ruling on challenge to its "back to work" schemes government lost appeal 4 of 5 points ! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-24742499 http://news.sky.com/story/1161527/court-back-to-work-schemes-legally-flawed
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