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    • So it looks like a long trip to court is going to happen, I'm going to write out my defence, I've taken some legal advice and they said to ensure it is short and simple, with any evidence easily referenced and found for the judge.    So the basis of my defence is going to be:   Trespass and who can take me to court over it as per the comment above lack of visible signage and confusing signage about what part of the car park is owned by who, especially as it was at midnight Time taken to contact me after the offence was too long Grace period not given of 10 minutes Previous court cases of the same firm losing because of similar reasons   As the court location cannot be changed and I need to make a long travel to get there, plus all of the time wasted putting my defence together, if I am lucky enough to win, can I claim costs for the inconvenience? for example like this case: https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/aug/26/parking-eye-takes-on-top-barrister-85-fine
    • I intend going back and getting photos DX, simply because I can't believe that I never saw ANY signs and even missed the machine to pay at.  Like I said I've frequented this place many times in the past few years so I think I would have noticed something different, unless I'm going senile  The times on the letter are a bit strange, the entry time was dead on x hr and xx mins but no seconds, whereas the exit was x hr, xx mins and xx seconds. I don't really want to go through the appeals process online, confirming all my details in the hope they will show the photos, just the cynic in me coming out 
    • Hi and thanks for the info.  Update: today received the SAR info - great you might think.    Just a waste of paper: screen prints, NO bills, NO data sheets from the meters, just copy letters of my complaints and their "we need more time" letters.  But wait, there is a disc. For disc you have to install Nero Secure Disk Viewer - use the password sent in separate letter - only to find recordings of misc phone calls by me over last couple of years.  Doesn't give any information to me whatsoever regarding this alleged debt.  Hopeless. Why it took so long to produce a package of worthless information I don't know.    Observations I did make was a sudden change from being Miss to Mrs on the screen prints, (not applicable) and something in the  "contact owner" heading/column, which may be a salesperson as I am not Hannah Leach, and I did not request a Hitachi product financed through BM financial in 2010.  (BG tabs for that page: Edit, Delete, or CLONE.)
    • Hi Cheshire and welcome to CAG   As the work was completed and paid for, it's down to the customer to take action against you if they remain unhappy and that could include court action.   Your only problem sounds like the failure to say in writing in your Estimate that "the colour match and finish would match as close as poss but you were working from photos so you cannot guarantee this aspect".   Learn from this and include any agreements, terms, disclaimer, etc in your written Estimate.   1. What was the approx value of the work done ?   2. What would the remedial work cost you including travel, material and labour ?   Even if you visited and redid work, who's to say the customer would then be happy after the friend got involved.
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Hi All......

 

I worked for Jacksons stores....which recently became sainsburys convenience for 9 yrs...leaving last may, whilst i worked there, i worked a minimum of 40 hours but the computer system in place only paid for 39. I and other full time staff brought this up numerous times and it was aggreed that we would start or leave an hour later/earlier each week to make up for the hour we were short. this never happened.

I wrote them a letter and received a response from their HR asking me to phone to arrange a meeting, i called and informed him that i wouldnt meet without legal advise so he said he wold speak to his boss and get back to me.....he eventually called me back and basically told me to prove it!!! I did tell him i have wageslips and they will have the computerised records too surely???

Has anyone got any advise on what i can do, i have contacted an employment law solicitor but i dont think i'll get a reply till next week, not that i am in a rush but i'm not sure where i stand or if i have a case??

Any advise will be gratefully received!!!!

 

Jenny xx

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Guest Old_andrew2018

Write to them with your evidence, photocopy your payslips, don't post the originals

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Further to what old andrew has posted, the letter should be written under Stage 1 of the company grievance procedure. This way you will have the right of appeal if the outcome is not satisfactory.

 

Beau


Please note: I am not a lawyer and as such any advice I give is purely from a laymans point of view;-)

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Thanks to u both, i have written this to send....

 

To whom it may concern,

I am writing regarding the previous letter I sent dated 24.07.08 (copy enclosed).

Upon speaking with your HR area representative, xxxx, he asked me to provide proof of my alleged grievance, this proof he asked for should be kept by yourselves. As required by law you should have maintained all my wage/salary details for the past 6 years, it is also recommended that you keep all minutes of staff and management meetings for the same period of time.

I would request you forward copies of the data to xxxxx and would like you to forward me copies also.

This data should be sufficient proof that I was not paid for my worked hours, should you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to call me on xx or e-mail xx

I ask for this data to be received within 28 days , I see this as sufficient time for the data to be sought.

I would also like to inform you that this letter is to be treated as a stage 1 grievance letter.

Kind regards

xx

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