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    • Ah I see what you mean. That is unfortunate, but guess there's little I can do then. Thanks very much for your help!
    • OK I sent CCA request on Monday 7/6 recorded delivery with a postal order uncrossed with £1 stating on the back that it didn't go towards any alleged debt.   Wednesday 9/6, received the postal order back from Arrow with a cover letter saying they no longer charge a fee and 'we will respond as soon as we can'   Then on Friday 11/6 morning a letter dated the 10th (they said if we didn't hear back from you by the 11th) I got a letter of claim from Drydens saying 'if you do not provide proposals to repay, legal action may be issued in the county court'.  Along with 'you have 30 days to respond'. Attached is a printout of an income and expenditure sheet.
    • Your attachment was viewable in your first post.   Does the issue you mention with the wallpaper/slight stain really constitute a breach ?  Is it significant enough ?   The wallpaper was probably applied before the wall was properly dry.  But the other possibility, is that the tenants did not open windows regularly to ventilate the room.  It is important for windows to be opened or put into a vent position on a regular basis, to ensure that moisture is allowed out.   If the tenant had clothes drying in the house, with baths/showers being used etc, this may have helped cause the wallpaper peeling  and the damp stain.   Today has been a lovely Summer day in many parts of the UK, so the tenants may not be as quick to respond.  Same issue with replies to this site, so you might get other responses later.   The tenant is unlikely to try to pursue you for the matress or health issue they say is caused by a damp issue.  Unlikely to have sufficient evidence and their own actions may be the cause.   They are most likely deciding whether to complete work in the garden or not.   You are within your rights to hold onto the deposit for now, until the reasonable request to return property to pre let condition is completed.    
    • Oh Yorky, I'm so sorry you're still having trouble with your dad's hospital.   I can't believe they are still being so awkward, I sometimes think they (companies in general, not just hospitals) forget that we put ourselves through this stress and worry not because we want to, or even because we have to, but because we want what's best for our loved ones.   Their advice for you to deliver the form in person is at odds with the advice on their own website stating that visits have been suspended due to Covid. I mean, I would understand if someone wanted you to drop off clothes for your dad, but a piece of paper? Which could end up anywhere? That's... crazy.   I don't know if the following link is worth a try or whether you've been down this road, but the hospital website has details of all the consultants Consultants | North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust WWW.NTH.NHS.UK If you want to find out details of our hospital consultants and contact information you can search for them in our A-Z. obviously you'll know your dad's consultant name, but the phone numbers on there, are they ward ones that you've tried before or do they look different?   That said, even if you are more successful with that, definitely still get PALS and as much senior management on board as you can with a formal complaint. You shouldn't have to go to such lengths to get hold of the right people and for the right information, especially at such a stressful time.   You point out that you remember you're doing this for your brother and your dad, which is the best approach. I'm sure they, in their own way, know that you are pushing yourself and pushing the hospital for an outcome as you are is because of them.   I know it's easy for someone on the internet to say "look after yourself", "do this to help with stress" etc, but if you do feel you need extra help with dealing with your stress/worry, please don't be afraid to seek help from a doctor yourself. A "well" you is the best sort of support for your dad and brother.   I wish I could offer more support and I'm sure that if anyone else of the CAG community has any other suggestions, I'm sure they will come here and let you know.  
    • Ok update.  I have spent the last week or two, trying to get help from the Staff Nurses and Matron, regarding the Consultant or someone to have my dads lack of capacity documented, either their own paperwork or me sending COP3. I   they have informed the consultant looking after my dad, who at this moment is sounding very ill, with medical issues on top of delirium and confusion, he is apparently having blood transfusion bag things. not eating and drinking. I have even spoken to the consultants secretary to explain the urgent matter and to have the consultant contact over the last few days WITHOUT SUCCESS, conversion ended today with its a legal form can I take it into hospital personally, er..I dont drive and Im in Northampton, Hospital is Stockton on Tees.    the nurses cant help need to speak to consultant!!!!!!! conversation ended with well I will complain to PALS, GMC secretary of Health or whoever......reply was looks like it then?   I have just compiled a 3 page letter [well e mail one] sent to PALS, I will follow up with a written one and to whoever else I can contact.   I need this medical form before I can do anything else with court or appointee   anyone have any ideas cos Im now at my gasping point, wondering why the hell am I taking on all this stress and worry, then I think of my younger brother, and that reminds me why I am doing it and doing it for.
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I was pictured parked where I apparently shouldnt have been in East Ham.

This was around the 24 th june.

My question is, is there a time limit for these tickets to be sent out as mine was not received until the 21st july nearly a month later..

 

Does it make any difference that is was parked in a no loading area but wasnt actually loading anyway so no contravention occurred :D:D:D Only kidding.

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I am sure I have read on other threads that CCTV tickets should be issued in 14 or 21 days (both of which have passed) but I am sure someone will be along with the facts if you are patient.

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Anyone confirm this for me please.

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Anyone confirm this for me please.

AFAIK its 28 days, unless there are speacial circumstances where the LA cannot obtain your details within the timescale.

 

Green will know for sure unless hes hiding or doing overtime LOL:D

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the presumed date of service is two days after posting (note date of posting not printing or date of going into an out tray in a council office).

se S.I. 2007 No. 3483 section 10 in this instance.

 

 

Penalty charge notices — service by post

10.—(1) An enforcement authority may serve a penalty charge notice by post where—

(a) on the basis of a record produced by an approved device, the authority has reason to

believe that a penalty charge is payable with respect to a vehicle which is stationary in a

civil enforcement area;

(b) a civil enforcement officer attempted to serve a penalty charge notice in accordance with

regulation 9 but was prevented from doing so by some person; or

© a civil enforcement officer had begun to prepare a penalty charge notice for service in

accordance with regulation 9, but the vehicle concerned was driven away from the place

in which it was stationary before the civil enforcement officer had finished preparing the

penalty charge notice or had served it in accordance with regulation 9,

and references in these Regulations to a “regulation 10 penalty charge notice” are to a penalty

charge notice served by virtue of this paragraph.

(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)©, a civil enforcement officer who observes conduct

which appears to constitute a parking contravention shall not thereby be taken to have begun to

prepare a penalty charge notice.

(3) A regulation 10 penalty charge notice shall be served on the person appearing to the

enforcement authority to be the owner of the vehicle involved in the contravention in consequence

of which the penalty charge is payable.

(4) Subject to paragraph (6), a regulation 10 penalty charge notice may not be served later than

the expiration of the period of 28 days beginning with the date on which, according to a record

produced by an approved device, or information given by a civil enforcement officer, the

contravention to which the penalty charge notice relates occurred (in these Regulations called “the

28-day period”).

(5) Paragraph (6) applies where—

(a) within 14 days of the appropriate date the enforcement authority has requested the

Secretary of State to supply the relevant particulars in respect of the vehicle involved in

the contravention and those particulars have not been supplied before the expiration of the

28-day period;

(b) an earlier regulation 10 penalty charge notice relating to the same contravention has been

cancelled under regulation 23(5)©; or

© an earlier regulation 10 penalty charge notice relating to the same contravention has been

cancelled under regulation 5 of the Representations and Appeals Regulations.

(6) Where this paragraph applies, notwithstanding the expiration of the 28-day period, an

enforcement authority shall continue to be entitled to serve a regulation 10 penalty charge

notice—

(a) in a case falling within paragraph (5)(a), for a period of six months beginning with the

appropriate date; or

(b) in a case falling within paragraph (5)(b) or ©, for a period of 4 weeks beginning with the

appropriate date.

(7) In this regulation—

(a) “the appropriate date” means—

(i) in a case falling within paragraph (5)(a), the date referred to in paragraph (4);

(ii) in a case falling within paragraph (5)(b), the date on which the district judge serves

notice in accordance with regulation 23(5)(d); or

(iii) in a case falling within paragraph (5)© the date on which the previous regulation 10

penalty charge notice was cancelled; and

(b) “relevant particulars” means particulars relating to the identity of the keeper of the

vehicle contained in the register of mechanically propelled vehicles maintained by the

Secretary of State under the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994.

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Nother question, does the 28 days include weekends? as it doesn't say in that lot above :)

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yes, but the two days for postage only includes days when post is delivered

- "the ordinary course". Interpretation Act I believe.

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