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    • I think I know the answer , but We booked our dog into boarding kennels for our holiday , starting Tuesday 16 Unfortunately about 2 weeks ago the dog picked up a parasite called giardia .this causes soft stools etc . The vet gave us the treatment and said the dog “should “ be ok in time for the boarding .A side effect of the treatment is that the dog has still has soft stools , similar the those when the parasite is present We messaged the kennel Friday , explaining the situation , also topping up the final payment , It appears the kennel did not receive the message , so we spoke yesterday ( Monday ) They were unsure as to whether the dog should be accepted . over night they massaged us and cancelled the booking , we do have a plan “B” this involves our daughter moving  back home for a week . Their T&Cs are quite tight , regarding cancelation by the client , But in this case they cancelled , have I got a hope of getting a refund , less , say , a admin charge , over £300 fees have been paid for 10 days boarding We do have "Pet Plan" Insurance Extract from T&Cs     “You agree that if you do not arrive on the start date of your booking, you will be liable for the full payment per day. You agree that should you return from holiday early and decide to collect your dog before the end of your booking, you will not be entitled to any refund of payment. In the unlikely event of illness or other circumstances resulting in a reduced stay with us, the total booking fee is still due and you will not be entitled to a refund or part refund. You agree that if you cancel giving less than 14 days notice the total fee is due. You agree that if you cancel your booking you will lose your full deposit. If you bring less dogs than are booked, you are still responsible for the balance due. “
    • The SD is dead, when  I applied to have it set aside a copy was sent to by the court to Credit Agricole the debt owner,  it was part of my appeal that Credil Limits were not authorised to make the application. Credit Limits then withdrew the application. As far as I am aware Credit Agricole did not respond. Creditl Limits came back to me ignoring the grounds of appeal see letter 15/4. They refer to statute barred, the loan was for double glazing it was not part of the mortgage so I still contend that the 5 year rule applies.   I did not contest the original French court order but before the hearing  I wrote to Credit Agricole offering to pay over a long period of time as the home in France was about to be repossessed by the mortgage bank (and it was). Credit Agricole did not reply to my letters. The original judgement had the following 'Since immediate enforcement is not a necessity, it shall not be ordered.'   See compliments slip below purported to be from Credit Agricole, undated and unsigned, this is probably in response to my appeal when I said that I had nothing from Credit Agricole suggesting that CLI were agents. I am not convinced that this is genuine, CLI have had plenty of opportunity to produce this since they were 'appointed'  in 2018!   Can CLI represent Credit Agricole here in the UK as they are debt collectors and as far as I can see are  not registered with the FSA?   Thanks again   comps.pdf letter.pdf
    • thanks fk and bank fodder, yes I know been here awhile I just needed bit advice, seems this company have a habit of taking peoples money!   I can not record phone calls so will go bank ty xx
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I don't understand the latest council tax banding appeal system. When I tried to appeal against my banding, the rules seemed to be that unless you have moved to a new house in the last six months or unless your house has recently been assessed you cannot appeal.

 

I was turned down despite the fact that I have a really good case. My neighbours houses are both extended like mine. One neighbour has a loft extension, conservatory and a bungalow in her back garden (which she has passed off as an outhouse to avoid planning but that is another story...). The other neighbour has exactly the same extension as we do (just a rear extension which goes around the side of the house). Yet both these houses are in a lower band than mine. It's really annoying and I didn't think I could do anything about it seeing as I was turned down about three years ago.

 

Has the law changed since then?

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So what reason did they give Annie?

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If you live in wales and had an extension before the 1st April 2005 and you neighbours had their extensions after the 1st April 2005 you will be charged for yours but their banding will not change until the house is sold or if a new revaluation takes place. If in England if they have lived in thier properties for years and they have extended it and you moved in when the property had been extended you will have to pay and they wont. It doesn't seem fair but that is the way it works. If you all had your extensions about the same time you should all be paying same if your properties are the same size and value.

 

You cannot appeal, sorry but they wont let you. But you can have a band review, you can ring or write to the valuation office give them all the information and they will look into your band for you.

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