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    • Sorry.. Im not sure if I totally understand what you meant that there is another assessment outstanding? If you mean the fixing of the ceiling at the extension (not the paint), T & D only does painting so he could not provide me with the quote for fixing the ceiling at the extension. I have one painter who can also fix the ceiling at the extension for me, and he will mention about the ceiling at the extension in his quote. He will specify how much the painting for the walls and ceilings would be, and how much the fixing of the ceiling at the extension would be. I have also booked a plasterer who has promised to come tomorrow afternoon to access the ceiling and give me a quote for fixing it. Attached is the updated quote from T & D attached in the report & quote email. Quote from T & D.pdf
    • Hi Darrius. Answering your question, I hope. That's because as the law stands it should   The VAT act says that if the business is registered has a turnover above the prescribed limit and  that income for busines, they must pay VAT on their income, offset by any payment of output TAX by the person he provides the service for. This applies to the judement debtor as you say. I am sure that this meant money taken initially by the the HCEO when they were originally approached by the creditor or items acquired by the Hceo in the employ of the court. However when the under sherif  who is not an employee of the court but a self employed busines  man takes over the enforcement for "valuable consideration"   The fees become his income and he is responsible for any tax calculated on that income. Nothing new here. We all pay VAT and we all cannot claim it back, that is unless we are a registered business. The only way to get around this is to Zero rate enforcement fees   This was explained as being the case before 2014, I see nothing since, that alters the situation. Other than changing VAT requirements in the Act., as in Magistrates court and Council.tax enforcement   I have tried many times to get authoritave information from sources who are usually very helpful, why is that? Answer on a post card please.   Peter                        
    • Thank you for the reply, I will follow your advice! I have seen one or two threads of the car park company when I was googling around, on PPP.com. (Cant put the real name lol) I will get some pictures of signs and a google map layout of the car park tomorrow. Thanks again.
    • "To Eradicate this issue on the Ceilings &  walls, T&D Decorators would recommend a Durable Acrylic Matt on the walls and a Vinyl Matt paint based on what Mr X has stated he requires,(  IE a wipeable product ), Standard preparation required  The  redecoration of 4 nr bedrooms, hall stairs and landing, bathroom, toilets, living room and conservatory, kitchen and dining area in two coats of a product agreed with Mr X will be £3,900.00 plus V A T, Protect all new glossed woodwork with masking tape, prepare all walls to receive 2 full coats of a product agreed with the Client, protection to all New carpet & Vinyl included with this cost quotation  T&D Decorators Limited have submitted a full quotation as instructed by Mr X" ^This is in the pdf file I uploaded, would this be suffice?
    • well done on your excellent work so far in following the sticky to the letter   dont appeal    bottom line is ignore everything until/unless you get a letter of claim   this appears to be the 1st time we've met this carpark  if you are near lots of photos of the signs and their small print etc as well as their layout would be good if you can. particularly what warning signs are there before joe public enters and can thus dcide not to park there at all.     dx    
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i thinking the more people start to claim and they drag it out there will be a loophole they find and then could walk away with nothing. as we all know there has to be some charge there end for doing the paerwiork on charges

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You can be certain that there are many who have won.

 

There is a little question about a certain confidentiality agreement and it appears lots have signed so for obvious reasons are unable to talk about it.

It would be more than their settlement was worth to do so !

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Barclays certainly seem to be dragging their feet a bit more than others. They appear to offer part payment in return for closure, if you refuse this they go all the way to court, and then some ppl have won by default (no defence offered by Barclays)... and others are waiting for their date in court! (Others correct me if I'm wrong here).... Oh and thers have received phone calls once they've filed N1 offering part payment again.

 

I've filed N1 and Barclays have till 22nd Sept to reply. Really hope they don;t decide to make me the first person they face in court!

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In the very unlikely chance that you DO end up going to court you can be certain there will be a lot of support for you.:)

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I think it would be exciting to be the first to take on Barclays Bank in court.

 

Especially with all this info available and the strength of the case against them, God, I would take them to the cleaners!!

 

Don't worry about it, that's what the banks want you to do, they think you will threaten court, then bottle it, (I know- I used to work for this rip off bank!)

 

BE STRONG - the only reason you should worry, is if you're not properly prepared.

 

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