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  1. Hi, I'm a customer of Three and am currently on contract. My Sony handset has broken, and through no fault of my own. The screen has literally just come away from the frame, without being dropped or anything. Three do what they do best - wash their hands of the situation and refer me to Sony. Sony are taking ages to sort it out, it's been almost two weeks since I first called Three and they referred me. All this time I'm paying for a contract and I don't have my handset! Where do I stand from a legal point of view? The sale of goods act covers me, as the phone was bought b
  2. On Monday of this week I was in a meeting at work with about 20 or so colleagues. One of them had only just joined the company and was staying over in Manchester (head office) as he was based in the London office. Unfortunately during the meeting this colleague had an epileptic fit, falling off his chair and banging his head. Our office first aider was on in the room in seconds, and asked for coats / jackets to be placed under his head to prevent him from injuring himself further. As my suit jacket was on top, it ended up being covered in blood. Later that day I took the jacket
  3. Hello forgive me if this is the wrong forum but it looked the most likely one for what I need to ask. On Monday morning (18/11/2013) my Grandmother (aged 76) was crossing the entrance to a car-park (a supermarket one) it was raining heavily and she had her umbrella up, she didn't see the car and she was hit and knocked down. The Police were called and the Ambulance, my Grandmother was taken to hospital and is still in there as she has a broken knee. The driver is an 81-year old. Just really trying to get to the bottom of who is at fault here. On the one hand my Grandmothe
  4. Hi I have a question on council tax liability hopefully someone will be able to answer for me. I live in supported accomodation, housing association property sublet to a managing agent (who provide the support). There is one other person in the house. I have an AST - on the 1st page it mentions only myself as the tenant and states the property is “made up of” “2 bedrooms, - (Shared) Kitchen, Lounge, hallway, Bathroom & Study” ,then says “Number of people allowed to live in the home 2 people.” There is nothing else in this brief document (advisor at Shelter I o
  5. Leading economist Ros Altmann argued in this space yesterday that equity release providers charge too much to unlock wealth in bricks and mortar for older homeowners who are short of cash – but lenders claim her analysis is unfair. For example, while some equity release schemes – also known as home income plans – charge more than 7pc per annum, or double conventional mortgage costs, it is now possible for homeowners aged over 75 to borrow at 5pc without having to pay any interest before they die or leave the property. However, even at that lower rate of interest a debt will double in size in l
  6. Hi Sincere apologies if this thread is in the wrong place, or if there's another identical thread (I looked and couldn't find one). I purchased something (£500ish) that was faulty from a large online retailer, they then gave me a refund before I sent it back to buy a replacement - which I did using the refund. In the meantime I sent the original faulty item back and they then refunded me again once they received it. I've since received the item I bought using the original refund and my online account balance for this retailer still shows my second refund. My questions are q
  7. Hi all, haven`t the foggiest where to ask this but our water is high in the outside drain and loo going down slowly. Problem happened before but I can`t remember which way the flow went and who was the end of line before the waste went into main sewer in the road? I suspect my neighbour is last in line so the blockage must be from her to main sewer so is she responsible? last time, I am informed, due to my bad memory, that the problem was in the main sewer way down the road?
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