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Can an employee be sued by a customer booking a holiday? HELP

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Ignore the clerk they can be very helpful or they can suffer from DRS (Doctors receptionist syndrome).


You'll be okay with this one the claim was a huge abuse of the court system and the claimant is likely to end up paying a lot more than the £700 for it if you have solicitors fees involved now.


I still advise you just inform the police that this person has taken a vexatious action against you from a previous employment and has now tracked you down to your home address and current employers. They might just drive by and knock his door for a little word.

As of 03/03/12 please do not under any circumstances wait for my further input or guidance on any current thread or defence of a court claim I might have been involved in on or through Cag.


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  • 3 weeks later...

I won!!! The very stern Judge had me worried for awhile, especially having said he never books holidays through a travel agent..

My previous employers solicitor was not allowed to speak so it was all done on me..

Eventually the Judge set the Judgement aside then advised me that the matter in his opnion was finished and that my employer would not need to take the case over..

He awareded me costs plus and extra £100 but something tells me I wont see a penny unless I enforce it but not sure I really want to carry on..

Thank you all for your help and kind words :)


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Well done Kerry delighted for you.





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