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HI

 

Under a rolling contract that is not renewed y the company, what are the points that the utility company has to prove at court action for outstanding bills that have not been paid

 

Please help as the utility companies are now exhibiting powerfull anti-social tendencies reminiscent of ---------------- its fairly clear that these companies are using their huge financial muscle to manipulate the laws of this land and offer limited fightback opportunities for the common decent hardworking man as they employ frankly ruthlessly sharp business practises.

 

This is an example of the driving force and money muscles behind their decision to cancell contracts but utilise the out of contract legislation to bolster their profits http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKHL/1998/22.html

 

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i.e Does a deemed contract have any circumstances that would make it an unfair contract,

 

who is it enforceable against in respect of tenancies or partnerships

 

when and if they decide to go for court action or bankruptcy can they pick and choose who they decide to default-

 

does the utility company have to prove the existing contract was lawfully terminated

 

and what constitutes proof

 

Is there any case law that has worked against the utility providers under similar circs

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what are you getting at?

 

old bill you dont owe, or what is your issue sorry

i'm being a bit thick here?

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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HI

 

e Does a deemed contract have any circumstances that would make it an unfair contract,

 

who is it enforceable against in respect of tenancies or partnerships

 

when and if they decide to go for court action or bankruptcy can they pick and choose who they decide to default-

 

does the utility company have to prove the existing contract was lawfully terminated

 

and what constitutes proof

 

Is there any case law that has worked against the utility providers under similar circs

 

 

 

A deemed contract is enforceable against those party to the contract. In respect of the Gas Act, the Electricity Act and the Utilities Act, the contract exists with the occupier of the property, and where a property is vacant the landlord. Where two people are named on the account, it will usually be considered a joint and several liability. It is up to the customer where there are several people in occupation of one property to ensure that the correct parties are being billed i.e. that all tenants are named on the account, otherwise the view would be that the utility company had contracted only to those named on the bill.

 

Litigation should occur against all those named on the account

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what are you getting at?

 

old bill you dont owe, or what is your issue sorry

i'm being a bit thick here?

 

dx

 

It is impending court case with alegations of £7000 amounts outstanding under a deemed contract after an existing contract was cancelled by the utility company who stated they no longer wished to supply but continued to do so as the incumbent supplier for gas supplied to premises

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Did you use the utilities in this time?

 

Did you pay?

 

Thank you for your interest and taking the time to reply to the thread. Please enlighten me as to what you had in mind with the questions you asked and how would that assist in the matter?

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