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Members should by now be receiving the latest CAG newsletter by email.

 

In this newsletter,there is reference to Civil Recovery Action by Boots Solicitors.

They have issued proceedings on Maria who was featured in an earlier CAB report following their own investigations and consultation documents.

 

I reported earlier,of a discussion in which it was suggested that there needs to be test cases brought,to determine how Courts would be looking at CR.

 

It seems to me,that Boots have chosen to act,and try their hand,and that others will be expected to follow.

You can read more in the link in the newsletter.

We will also be keeping an eye on how this pans out.

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I wonder if some of the arguments used against Default Charges can be used regarding these speculative invoices.

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In principle there appears to be a consensus amongst all those involved in the consultations,that Businesses should be able and free to recover loss and associated costs where there is proven cases of it.

 

RLP and others have consistently demanded fixed fees,and it is this which needs to be determined.

 

Court costs are going to add considerably to any original claim of loss.

 

How can it be justified to make a small claims action for recovery of costs for an alleged theft of a 99p lipstick ?

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They need to provide a genuine breakdown of costs. It could also be a case that they are trying to recover losses generally i.e. shrinkage etc.

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I hope the defendants are well represented. The untruths that have been revealed by the CAB should be enough to rip RLP apart. As should the admission that they are apportioning costs already incurred (therefore there is no causation) and that the fee is intended as a deterrent.

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Thats a pretty good assumption.

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