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  1. Hi I was wondering if anyone can help me on a issue! I work for a large company to which we are all being made redundant in November. In October 2008 the company changed its pay arrangement from a ‘current’ system to an ‘in arrears’ system. During this transitional period a pay advance was made to some staff members to cover the wage gap for employees during this time, in the last 6 years no arrangement or no further contact was made to pay this back, but now all of a sudden they want this money back within 2 weeks or over a 6 month period!! this is quite harsh seeing as we are all being
  2. On 6th April the new Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 took effect and full details can be read in the various 'STICKY's at the top of this page. One very important "Sticky' relates to the 'transitional' position...which is where an enforcement company had commenced work to enforce the debt before 6th April (under the previous applicable fee scale) but where the debt remained unpaid when the new regulations took effect on 6th April.....and a new fee scale introduced. Although the new regulations have only been in force for 10 days it would appear that some enforcement companies (
  3. Can anyone clarify the transitional rules for bailiffs? I had a debt that was passed on as a result of a liability order made before the 6th April, with a first letter sent after the 6th April. The bailiffs are - obviously - trying to claim under the new charges. Most sites seem to say 'Transitional rules apply' but I can't find a description of those rules. Looking at the legislation: The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (Consequential, Transitional and Saving Provision) Order 2014, Article 4 it looks to me as if paras 3 and 4 apply, therefore the old
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