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  1. I tried to find this out but cannot find. Is there an explanation of the different member types? i.e. Basic, Classic etc If there is a sticky, would someone pls post the link ta
  2. Hi, last week I went down with a friend to the local ET centre, she is considering an ET (but I don't think it is a strong claim) and she wanted to see a case in action. We dropped in on what seemed to be a PHR, and which appeared to be somewhat fractious. The claimant was unrepresented and, during the course of the time that we were there, complained more than once to the lone judge that (a) he, the claimant, had no idea that he was going to be attending such a formal hearing that day - he had come along with some notes/bullet-points and no bundle, rather than formalised legal argu
  3. I want tips for getting jobs, rather than just not being sanctioned. Th WP Advisors are not much help, more of a hindrance. Mistake: this should have gone in the Employment Forum. Bad night's sleep problems.
  4. I have search list as opt in from barclaycard can anyone advise what this means it was a credit search? I have another from barclays bank plc lexisnexis Ris in other searches listing the reason as identity check to comply with anti money laundering regs ?
  5. Now as having a nose on Baliff laws and came across this site now as i cannot add links yet,will paste it in ,what came across as strange ,was this bit now it may only apply to fines: so any input from the good guys here lol will be interesting "Astonishingly, the majority of people who have contacted us over the years have never been shown a Certificate; instead they are shown a simple Identity Card. This does not give him authority to levy on goods. " heres the rest : ALL ABOUT BAILIFFS. Bailiffs have been around for
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