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    • the property is not yours you are not on the deeds you are/were not ever on the mortgage..   stop trying to do their job in scamming you.        
    • Capital assessments are based on the:   amount or value of the asset at the time of the application outcome of checks carried out to protect against fraud As with income assessments the partner's share of the equity is included in these calculations - unless there is contrary interest. Just found the above in the law society website.  So am I screwed.  So confused.   
    • I am bound to say that their alleged contract is probably the weirdest I have seen. Considering it is supposed to be a serious legal contract to set out the conditions under which CEL manage the parking on land that does not belong to them it leaves a lot to be desired.   For a start it does not comply with the BPA Code of Practice which is   7.3 a the definition of the land on which you may operate, so that the boundaries of the land can be clearly defined b any conditions or restrictions on parking control and enforcement operations, including any restrictions on hours of operation c any conditions or restrictions on the types of vehicles that may, or may not, be subject to parking control and enforcement d who has the responsibility for putting up and maintaining signs e the definition of the services provided by each party to the agreement.   So no mention of hours: no mention of types of vehicle restrictions: no mention of who is responsible for the erection and maintenance of signage   and much more serious -no mention that CEL have to comply with the BPA Code of conduct-that one is listed on 7.1.    All it states is that the operator can pursue outstanding PCNs in accordance with the COP but that is not the same as saying that CEL will abide by the CoP which it must say.   Also AFAIK the only entity that can pursue for trespass is the land owner regardless of what this quasi agreement says. There is also no mention of the financial aspect of the arrangement nor how the long it lasts and what notice is required for either side to terminate.     It might be worth writing [not emailing ] to Medburn Estates asking them to confirm if this is the only agreement with CEL and whether they think it right that CEL have not received planning permission for their signs from the Council rendering their signs illegal which is more serious than unlawful and therefore all PCNs issued are worthless and should not have been issued as it is impossible to form a contract with motorists when the signs are illegal.   Also that as CEL are their agents Medburn Estates LTD are responsible for the actions of their agents. You could also ask them to cofirm that the signature on the paper is that of their Director, Anthony Brown and whether their copy has a counter signature of a CEL representative.   Carry on that CEL are taking you to Court and as another Judge has asked a Landowner to appear in front of him to explain their contract, whether it might be in the best interest of Medway to have a serious conversation with CEL to avoid any possible  embarrassments in your  [ie Laluna] Court appearance.   I have not looked much at your WS though it is looking good.   I would have mentioned that as they failed to comply with  Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (England) Regulations 2007.   that they are in breach of their agreement CoP with BPA to keep to all the legal requirements in running their parking  operations.   It calls into question their right to apply for motorists data from the DVLA.   I would wait for their WS to arrive so that you can pick holes in that too. however watch that if they are late that you send yours off just within the Court guidelines.   What you are tying to do with your WS is to put your side of the case plus put CEL in as bad a light as possible for them to  decide that they don't really want to go to Court after all.
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    • Where I have sight of a letter which states the following: "a) the case is removed from scheduled date and time on the court list forthwith    b) the case will be re-listed on the 1st open date after x few months, a date to be advised" Is there any way a hearing would be any earlier than suggested?  Lockdown closed courts but may they open early?    Could the bank ask it to be brought forward even with lockdown still in place officially til end July?    Would that depend on them physically serving a b petition?   Could the 1st open date be any time up to Christmas with such a potential back log of cases?  
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I'd still like an easier way than going down to the bottom of the index page to mark the site read. I enter CAG via the new posts bookmark so I don't see the index page unless I load it manually.

 

 

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Where the heck did you find that lol

I already had it bookmarked :p


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Also as cymruambyth noted, I have lots of bookmarks (IE Favorites) to individual posts that contain useful information I may want to refer to at some future point. These do not now work, here is one example: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/show-post/post-2989603.html.

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The day/time stamp is directly above the username

Not it isn't. Not for me anyway. As I said above it's either a post count/reputation thing or platform (Windows XP Professional/IE6). I suspect the former.

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Also as cymruambyth noted, I have lots of bookmarks (IE Favorites) to individual posts that contain useful information I may want to refer to at some future point. These do not now work, here is one example: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/show-post/post-2989603.html.

 

Just checking this came out right. I've just posted a couple of posts with quotes and although it says who the quote is from, it doesn't box them to distinguish it from my notes.

 

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Yes it has. Very odd:confused:


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bookmark this for new posts: Consumer Action Group

 

I'd still like an easier way than going down to the bottom of the index page to mark the site read. I enter CAG via the new posts bookmark so I don't see the index page unless I load it manually.

Well done for that, duly bookmarked, have a french tickle. :-)

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bookmark this for new posts: Consumer Action Group

 

I'd still like an easier way than going down to the bottom of the index page to mark the site read. I enter CAG via the new posts bookmark so I don't see the index page unless I load it manually.

Well done for that, duly bookmarked, have a french tickle. :-)

 

 

Edit: Another nag! Tried to post this and I got the "forum requires 30 seconds between posts..." but I hadn't posted anything, just tickled ForestChav!!! :-(

 

Re-edit: Ooops, summat went wrong there, got me a duplicate, that would have been what got me the 30 seconds warning then, but I hadn't posted twice!!! *my head, my HEAD!* :-(

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OMG... how do you "bookmark"?..... lol :Cry:

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Well, something that is a little bit of a bug maybe :p Someone has repped me on this thread (in the Bear Garden) and given me my 11th blob :D

 

Accessing subbed threads is easy as saintly_1 said, however accessing threads you have started I can't find at the moment, although you used to be able to do it through advanced search and through your profile.

 

Thanks locutus and everyone else who has replied to my query!

 

However, I still cannot find an easy way to bring up a list of all threads started by me - which was so straightforward before and now seems virtually impossible..............

 

Just like the previously referenced changes to ebay (which, whilst obviously being an improvement on the very first format, are a backward step I believe to how things were 2 or 3 years ago), I cannot see how this is an improvement personally.

 

I'm sure (like ebay) I'll get used to it in time, but for now maybe I'll take a sabbatical and wait for the dust to settle before returning.

 

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OMG... how do you "bookmark"?..... lol :Cry:
In case you are being serious, lol... Depending on your browser (Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc...), you will have a star or something like that near the address bar, click on that, it shold open a drop down asking you where you want to save it, save it to your favs or to your bookmark bar.

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In case you are being serious, lol... Depending on your browser (Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc...), you will have a star or something like that near the address bar, click on that, it shold open a drop down asking you where you want to save it, save it to your favs or to your bookmark bar.

 

I am being serious (embarrassed face... lol).... |I've never "bookmarked" anything. Can't see a star near the address bar at the moment..... (confused face)...

 

Lol!!

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OMG... how do you "bookmark"?..... lol :Cry:

 

In case you are being serious, lol... Depending on your browser (Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc...), you will have a star or something like that near the address bar, click on that, it shold open a drop down asking you where you want to save it, save it to your favs or to your bookmark bar.

 

Or CTRL + B :p


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Oh I get it!!!!

 

Blimey.... I've added stuff to "favourites" before.... but never noticed the "bookmark" button until now... (thick face.... lol!!)

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The blind leading the even more blind, lol. :razz:

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So, IMO we need a "new posts" button, and "find all threads started by me" in our profiles.


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On the "plus" side, when you hover over a thread title, it now gives you the contents of the post without having to open the thread itself, which is great when all the title says "help" or something as equally non-informative.

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Oh I get it!!!!

 

Blimey.... I've added stuff to "favourites" before.... but never noticed the "bookmark" button until now... (thick face.... lol!!)

I think IE still calls them favorites [sic] but they really aren't that - a lot of the sites I have in my bookmarks (I use firefox 4) I don't particularly like but are useful to have a record of. :)


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Well done for that, duly bookmarked, have a french tickle. :-)
Damnit, the bookmark doesn't refresh the page, still stuck with last page at 15.40 even when manually refreshing, can someone help? Using Chrome.

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So, IMO we need a "new posts" button, and "find all threads started by me" in our profiles.

And a more prominent "Mark Forums Read" button. In previous versions of vBulletin this was always under Quick Links wherever you were! They've evidently tried to make the board feel more like parts of IPB and phpBB and lost some of the usability, IMO - IF this hasn't been skinned by some weirdo :p


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Damnit, the bookmark doesn't refresh the page, still stuck with last page at 15.40 even when manually refreshing, can someone help? Using Chrome.

Does for me - try loading the bookmark again? It just passes getnew which - obviously - returns the posts since your session last timed out or you marked the boards read.


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Other bug:

 

When using the "reply with quote", it hangs and hangs. Hit refresh and it has actually posted (and another 5 people have posted since, lol)

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im confused wheres the smilies gone think ill come back when its finished pmsl xxxkia

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Other bug:

 

When using the "reply with quote", it hangs and hangs. Hit refresh and it has actually posted (and another 5 people have posted since, lol)

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Oh, and there seems to be some repeating going on... :rolleyes:

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its a nightmare , how the heck do you post a new thread , and who nicked the smilies ,

 

and if you click advanced when writing a thread be warned all you type gets lost, doh


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