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    • Hi GHL and welcome to CAG   You now have your own thread to use from here on ( to avoid hijacking someone else's thread where you first posted).   I assume there were 2 separate m/ships and not a joint m/ship, but please confirm.   I hope you've read other threads here which should help you understand how Harlands/CRS operate. They use every opportunity to make far more money from missed payments and penalty fees, than what they make from taking a percentage fee from ongoing monthly gym fees.   Yours was a rolling monthly m/ship so you only needed to give them notice to quit but there was no minimum 12 month term. Hence all you owe them is £19.99 each.   Write a letter to Harlands, each of you :- 1. Offering to pay the £19.99 for the notice period you failed to give 2. Offer valid for 14 days only. 3. Offer withdrawn if they fail to accept, or if they demand any higher amount.   Post a draft of your letter here first so we can check it.    Letter(s) should be sent from the PO and get a free Certificate of Posting from the PO Counter.  
    • King I fully understand the mother was living there on her own and only one named on the tenancy agreement.   As for your comment that after informed of the passing in a few days they pack tenants belongings and store them and change the locks this I completely disagree with.   In my are the different HA (and there are many) in a scenario like this will:   Communicate with the executor/family member once informed of bereavement informing them of any succession rights, property to be handed back ( 28 days on being informed of above) if unable to must notify the HA to ask for an extension.   After the 28 days if no contact the HA will then follow its Abandonment Policy.   If contact made after 28 days and no extension has been granted HA will then go to court to claim property back.   Once this is done and no contact off to court to claim property back only then will the enter the property unless in an emergency or legally required i.e. gas safety inspection even then may need to go to court for that to get access.      
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I go to Bluewater every Saturday morning for a coffee with the wife. Anyone near and fancies a coffee and chat?

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Just seen this. If I was in the area it would be nice, but sadly I'm a long way from there.


 

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Be careful if you go to Bluewater. They change the parking signs and restrictions on a random basis. Sometimes you can park in spaces sometimes you can't. Looks like they do this to catch you out. Try to max revenue in illegal pakring fines.

 

For complaints of the Parking Ticket nature, please see my email below “any appeals and complaints must be lodged and followed through PCM”, you will therefore need to write to PCM direct, giving your reasons for appealing.

 

Unfortunately, I am not able to answer your questions regarding photographic evidence until you have supplied me with your Vehicle Registration Number or your Parking Ticket Reference which I mentioned in a previous communication.

 

Whilst comprehensive records on changes to traffic controls, vehicle numbers and individual car park capacity do exist, I am not at liberty to provide these statistics, as this information is not open to the public, however I have checked and can confirm that there were no extra traffic management controls in-force or parking control hosts deployed on the 27th October 2012.

 

 

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