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    • your statement only needs to be the barest of bare bullets points. don't go into things you don't need too. those are for IF the claimant requests a restart from day one as if you'd just received the claimform when you win the set aside.   your main point is you didn't have the chance to defend as you could not travel home due to the covid lockdown etc lay that on thick and this will be a walk in park. no judge would dare ignore the implications of not abiding by the lockdown IMHO the set aside is pretty much guaranteed.   don't forget to mention your recovery from the claimant of your N244 fee and that you approached them directly prior to issuing the N244 and they totally tried to fleece you by adding unlawful fake bailiff fees and requesting +£400 to set aside by mutual consent after you told them you were shielding.    
    • Thanks dx I'll start working on my statement tomorrow, I'll have to have it written down to stop me talking too much, including talking about Erics trousers. I will probably need some tips on how to do it as well as how to talk to the judge etc.
    • i seriously doubt he will go anywhere near as deep as that,...   all you needed to have done with the N244 is prove the 2 basic requirements detailed above.   each you have done.   can't see it failing. can't see the claimant requesting a further (start again) hearing either.   the judge has asked you both to liaise upon what documents need to be infront of him. that simply means you tell the fleecers what they must cough up with. you don't have to liaise further than that.   but in your statement make sure you outline that you have asked the claimant for them. dx    
    • Many thanks again Dx for an interesting explanation and bedtime read. Do you think the judge would be amenable to my telling him Erics trouser story over the telephone, in order to argue the point :0) I guess I better thik of some other ways of explaining it so I can get that point across to the judge. 
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I notice that there was a thread back in April on these but who actualy smokes em?

 

I have been using e-cigs since jan and not had a "analogue" since then. My breathing and health has imrpved no end but I enjoy using my e-cig.

 

I currently "smoke" a titan 510 manual e-cig, I dont even have to roll the car window down now its getting cold. Im on the low nicotine content, usualy chocolate flavour!!!!!!!!!!!

 

As for not being tested well I can't see how normal cigs that have been tested can be safer - just look at the tar in a ciggy compared to a e-cig, to me its obvious. Yes I did worry about using them but recent clinical trials on nicotine hint that it can even be benefial in small doses???

 

The other main active ingredient in e-cigs has been used for years in are purifiers etc and has helped people with asthma etc alleviate their symptoms.

 

Well over to debate.

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Maybe just as well that they arent so popular-Gov would prob slap a tax on em.;)


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Maybe just as well that they arent so popular-Gov would prob slap a tax on em.;)

 

They are already banned on eblag cus governments can't tax em.

 

Is Nicotine Good For The Heart?

 

check the above concerning nicotine?

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I picked up an Intellicig on Friday, really pleased with it and my 'normal' cigarette intake has been cut in half already.

 

You do feel like a bit of an idiot at first, but people are usually just curious about them.

 

Mine does tend to seep nicotine through the hole onto the lips or tongue which can be quite unpleasant, but overall, a really good purchase - the savings I have already made on cigarettes have paid for it in just 4 days.

 

The carts don't last as long as I would like though...and I am curious about these chocolate flavoured ones!

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The carts don't last as long as I would like though...and I am curious about these chocolate flavoured ones!

 

Don't throw those old carts out. Refill them with e-cig juice. The juice comes in a huge range of flavours including chocolate. Also comes in different nicotine strengths from 0mg up to 35mg. Depending on what your normal cigarette consumption was you can chose a strength that you feel comfortable with and then decrease it when you feel you're ready. Saves you a huge amount of money by using the juice instead of continually buying the carts.

 

Can't give a link but a general google search will bring up e-cig sellers that also have the juice. There is also a very good forum for e-cig users - well worth a read.

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