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  1. According to the Social Security Administration Act 1992 s116 (2) there are "strict" time limits on when DWP prosecutions are allowed to proceed. The time limits are that evidence of offence/intention to prosecute should be laid before a magistrate; Within 3 months of sufficient evidence coming to light to prosecute OR Up to 12 months from the committing of the offence, whichever is the latter. The date from which the clock starts to tick is dependent upon when a Certificate is issued. Does anyone know who issues the certificate, where, and how it is issued? Help appreciated. M.
  2. I am in a financial mess and have buried my head in the sand for so long, marriage breakdown, job loss, health issues, everything has got on top of me, but today I want to try and sort this mess out and looked on here for some help...I have mortgage arrears and have entered into various payment plans which they review on a 3 - 6 months basis, if I don't take the call they start charging the penalties again even if I still pay the agreed payment...I sometimes avoid the calls as the anxiety of talking about it is too much. I don't see a way out of it as the peanalties are mounting up to almost as much as the arrears were....i saw on the forum about reclaims for unfair charges and also about hardship reclaims but most date around 2010 - 2012 so was wondering if I've missed the boat to try to reclaim some as this would help reduce what I owe and possibly start to help me get on right track. Any advice most welcome.
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