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  1. Hi everyone, I have never posted in a forum before, but I really need some advice. Apologies for the lengthy post, but I just don't know where to turn. In April 2013, we were unlawfully evicted from our rented property. Knowing that we were away for a few days, the landlord entered the property, changed the locks and emailed to tell us he had done this and if we tried to gain entry he would call the police. We were behind on our rent. The landlord kept everything that we owned, except the few clothes we had with us. He then proceeded to sell our possessions at a local
  2. Hi, I wonder if anyone can give me help. My husband has been on DLA & Income support for several years, now they say he has to be on PIP. He has various mental health problems over the years now he has another one, he will not leave the house, he has only left the house 3 times in four years twice during a heart attack and the last time last year with a severe panic attack, on all three occasions he was in a ambulance and off to hospital. He is frightened of so many things (to many to mention) but two of the things he is most scared of is hearing people talk, and germs. So he
  3. Hi, so in a nutshell, I am helping my husband deal with the csa and have been for the past 10 yrs. We desperately need someone who knows about such things to advise on what to do as now they are seeking a final charging order on our home. Background info: His case is clerical and started in 1997. In 1999 both he and his partner (the pwc) wrote in to ask for the case to be closed as they were back together. The csa ignored this and kept it open until 2001 charging my husband weekly maintenance and thus building arrears. According to the child support act 1991 as they were living together a
  4. I will try and keep this as short as possible but would appreciate any help. I purchased a guitar at the beginning of February on the internet from a retailer. After arriving 3 days late I kept it for about a fortnight and noted all the issues such as grooves in the neck and an uneven finish. I then contacted the retailer and he said he would pay for the guitar to be returned so he could inspect it. He took note of my faults and agreed but said they were part of a normal standard and would be found on any guitar. I have asked for a replacement or refund but sin
  5. Afternoon Everyone, Advice needed, or alternatively, a lift to Swansea!!! I'll try to be brief, and to the point. Hubby went for job interview, last Monday morning, as a CE Driver. Took licence with him to interview, only to find out, CE entitlement had been removed Phoned Swansea, their reply "As you didn't meet the sight requirements, we revoked your licence" Rewind back to last year, Hubby went for his medical, as required, and the Numpty (as he will now be known! Lol) forgot to take his glasses. DVLA wrote to us and said he had to take another ey
  6. I am hoping someone here can advise me as I am at my wits end! My husband's aunty left home on 29th November to escape an abusive relationship for which she is receiving counselling. She came to live with us with a few meagre possessions and no money, bar an ISA. I have absolutely no clue about the benefits system but have helped as best I can. We went to the job centre (chocolate fireguard comes to mind) and they were of very little use. We went to a meeting with a department from the counselling sessions that we were led to believe knew about benefits, they merel
  7. Hi all, haven't posted on here for a while as I did the whole CCA thing which produced no countersigned copies, got the usual harassment letters and phone calls which eventually died down. This was pretty much 3 years ago. Now I have received CCJ letter from a court in Northampton for £9,290. I don't know what to do and am at my wits end. I live in Essex and the thought of going up to Northampton fears me with dread. Can someone please explain what I have to do and my options. By the way I should mention that I received a letter from a company called "Money Save Solutio
  8. Please can someone help me? I have been crying all morning and am worried sick. I received a letter this morning from court for a hearing on the 02.08.12 'Claim form for Possession of Property. My mortgage company contacted me at the end of May to re-set up a direct debit. I returned the forms and assumed everything was OK. I called them on Monday to ask why my Direct Debit had not been taken and they said they didnt receive the forms but i now have received a court date so I'm was too late and have to pay my arrears in full else court They are just over £5k an
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