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There are many reports of debtors being arrested for obstructing a bailiff (Section 68.1 of Section 12 of the Tribunal Courts & Enforcement Act 2007) or more commonly; for removing a car clamp but it is rare to read a report about a debtor being injured during a bailiff visit. This particular press article featured on SCOOP yesterday. The background to the matter is that the debtor (a young mother) had been fined for using a TV without a valid licence. The balance of the court fine was £200. For reasons that are not known, she did not deal with the debt at the Compliance stage (when
Hi I have an advent laptop bought in Jan 2009 and insured through know how--pay monthly for this insurance. Had a problem with currys charger couple months ago and exhanged it for a new one at currys as they said it was faulty. I also burnt my wrist on the lap top..seemed to catch the edge of my wrist when moving lap top on table at home. I've sent lap top with all updates to currys (knowhow) they collected it as a dangerous product? but could find no problem..and not overheating. They are not prepared to provide me with a new laptop, just a service and to re
2 weeks ago I was carrying a box which I had lifted from a shelf and as i turned to return to my seat I tripped over a box in work (a small factory) that was protruding from shelving on the floor level shelf. When I fell, I hit my forehead off the concrete floor, cracked a tooth, which has since broke in half and fell out, I have also fractured my scaphoid bone in my right wrist and I am right handed, which means that I am struggling to do everything. I have been in work ever since it happened, I had been given light duties which I was managing fine, until they decided to change th