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    • Excellent work!   I'd suggest a couple of tweaks.   In (1) it's just easier "The Defendant is the recorded keeper of xyz".   (3) should go at the end.  It's the summary and catch all clause.   Cut out (6).  CPR is evidence for the other points.   I think the bit about contempt of court is unnecessary, it's generally used in Witness Statements.   See what the others think, but I would be tempted to beef up (4).  Leave it as worded but at the end add "The non display of the permit is "de minimis".  Similarly leave (5) exactly as it is but conclude "Therefore I enjoy Supremacy of Contract".    
    • Can you post another copy here so we have it all together.
    • For reference.....   https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Vict/45-46/43/contents     https://www.blakemorgan.co.uk/bills-of-sale/   Andy
    • A few thoughts.   1. Providing those percentages are accurate that should be fine.   2. There is no need for an actual signature on the form. Just submitting it valid enough.   3. Are you sure the form asks you to mark the box if your income is OVER £6365? I think you may have misread. The entry is usually needed if your income is UNDER £6365 AND you still want to pay Class 2 NIC voluntarily. If your income is greater than £6365 I don't think you need to mark that box.   4. Remember - the filing of the Tax Return itself is handled by one section of HMRC, different from the section that tracks your payments. The Tax Return does NOT want to know about any money you sent to HMRC.  The reference to  "underpayment or underpayment from previous years" refers to PAYE tax codes where you are in employment. In short this box does not refer to you, as a self employed person,  and should be left blank. Your various overpayments from the past and "payments on account" for 2019/20 will be processed by the collection department computers after your Tax Return is submitted. If all goes as it should then everything will come out in the wash. From what you describe I think you still have that £800 credit on your self assessment account. If so HMRC should use that credit to cover the £400 you say is now due leaving £400 credit remaining on your account. Bottom line - submit the Tax Return THEN go into your account a day or two later to check the balance owing to them  or repayable to you.   Good luck.
    • Yea I understand what you mean, but the difficulties with paying etc didn't arise until July, everything was grand up until then. Its just strange that with chartsbridge usually being quite prompt in replying, they've done the same and blanked me when I highlighted the issues with the default notice, and ccp giving them wrong information....    Will submit a sar for sure... 
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      Sorry for only updating you now, but after your guidance with submitting the claim it was pretty straight forward and I didn't want to unnecessarily waste your time. Especially with this guide you wrote here, so many thanks for that
      So I issued the claim on day 15 and they requested more time to respond.
      They took until the last day to respond and denied the claim, unsurprisingly saying my contract was with Packlink and not with them.
       
      I opted for mediation, and it played out very similarly to other people's experiences.
       
      In the first call I outlined my case, and I referred to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 as the reason to why I do in fact have a contract with them. 
       
      In the second call the mediator came back with an offer of the full amount of the phone and postage £146.93, but not the court costs. I said I was not willing to accept this and the mediator came across as a bit irritated that I would not accept this and said I should be flexible. I insisted that the law was on my side and I was willing to take them to court. The mediator went back to Hermes with what I said.
       
      In the third call the mediator said that they would offer the full amount. However, he said that Hermes still thought that I should have taken the case against Packlink instead, and that they would try to recover the court costs themselves from Packlink.
       
      To be fair to them, if Packlink wasn't based in Spain I would've made the claim against them instead. But since they are overseas and the law lets me take action against Hermes directly, it's the best way of trying to recover the money.
       
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      Many thanks, stay safe and have a good Christmas!
       
       
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Something interesting to consider with regard to the 'bedroom tax':

 

We have a neighbour who lives on his own in a three bedroom social housing property. He works from home and pays his rent. He uses the other two rooms for stock.

 

Another neighbour lives on his own also in a three bedroom social housing property. Like the former he also works and pays his rent.

 

Yet another neighbour who is a pensioner lives in a two bedroom house and will be exempt.

 

Now considering that social housing rent is on average cheaper than the private sector why should they all not be forced to downgrade!!! It is not right when the primary reason for the 'bedroom tax' is to free up houses!!!

 

 

As for the MP' s, Councillor's etcetera, why don't they set an example and scrap expenses!!! Don't quote the usual c**p about it being part of the 'job entitlement' and 'all above board', just do the MORALLY CORRECT THING AND DON'T CLAIM THEM YOU SCROUNGING S***S!!!

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Dear lord, may I say maybe you shouldn't worry about what others are doing and concentrate on your own life and stop being so biter about others? It's this mentality that is whats helping turn people against each other and help get this bloody awful government what they want.

 

Chill out hon.

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This time next year nobody will care. It will all be forgotten .

 

Yes I agree because they will probably be dead

Taking a poke at the world

 

Never argue with an idiot, he will only drag you down to his level and beat you with experience

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Well that just goes to show how little you actually know about this subject.

 

So what am I missing then? Giving millionaires a tax break yet again is supposed to boost the economy? I see it as an enabling system to allow them to salt more cash away in offshore accounts.

But I'm prepared to defer to your superior knowledge, and in the light of that no doubt you will educate me as to how this bit of legislation helps.

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Corruptissima re publica plurimae leges

 

Being poor is like being a Pelican. No matter where you look, all you see is a large bill.

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Out of the 5000 I'm sure there are some that could get a mortgage and buy their own place, another lot could move out of Newcastle, some more could private rent and a huge chunk of them will just pay the £14 a week and be done with it. Can't afford the £14 a week? Well some will cut down on things like Sky TV, drinking, smoking that costs a fortune, buying the cheaper brand of food the list is almost endless on how to get over this.

 

People can and will adapt. This time next year nobody will care. It will all be forgotten and there will be something new to moan about.

Daily mail rhetoric alert! Why do people like you trot out the same tired old propaganda, it's frankly boring and demonstrates a lack of independent thinking, you obviously believe everything you read.

 

Corruptissima re publica plurimae leges

 

Being poor is like being a Pelican. No matter where you look, all you see is a large bill.

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IDS claims on bbc news that he could live on the £51.00 paid to younger jobseekers easily!!! yeah like to see him try....

 

That's Monday's breakfast sorted out then, he ponces off the wealthy Betty anyway.

 

Corruptissima re publica plurimae leges

 

Being poor is like being a Pelican. No matter where you look, all you see is a large bill.

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and to add to odsets post....after they came for the sick, ill and poorest in society...who the hell do you think they are going to come after next?

demolish the welfare state at your peril...but dont complain when your children have to pay to go and see a doctor. when gove decides that 'free schools' are no longer free.when you are suddenly struck down by illness and their is nothing coming in, and no way of paying for your treatment....this soD you im alright jack!! is going to come back and bite you on the @rse.... the people of this country are getting sick to death of paying for the failures of the few in society who continue to prosper under this disgusting govt.....

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i like his comment on getting cheaper brands of food

 

its all this processed garbage that is causing the obesity problems in this country as most people are already forced to purchase due to shrinking house hold budgets

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and to add to odsets post....after they came for the sick, ill and poorest in society...who the hell do you think they are going to come after next?

demolish the welfare state at your peril...but dont complain when your children have to pay to go and see a doctor. when gove decides that 'free schools' are no longer free.when you are suddenly struck down by illness and their is nothing coming in, and no way of paying for your treatment....this soD you im alright jack!! is going to come back and bite you on the @rse.... the people of this country are getting sick to death of paying for the failures of the few in society who continue to prosper under this disgusting govt.....

 

Exactly. Well said.

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IDS claims on bbc news that he could live on the £51.00 paid to younger jobseekers easily!!! yeah like to see him try....

How much does his wife earn (if he's married) and he will have stacks in the bank, - so he probably could for a while.

Plus he would put in for expenses at about £500 a week.:)

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Bedroom tax is a good idea along with the 50p tax rate being scrapped.

 

 

no bedroom tax is not a good idea, axeing MP's expenses and perks is a good idea though :)

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IDS claims on bbc news that he could live on the £51.00 paid to younger jobseekers easily!!! yeah like to see him try....

 

Apparently, (I've lost count of the amount of times I've heard this) he claimed £40 for one breakfast?

 

I would like to see him try living on £51 a week too. But it has to be for a year or so for him to see how difficult it is.

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another lot could move out of newcastle? and where the hell do you suggest they go? a campsite in the new forest? or maybe we could open those nice friendly camps so beloved in the 1940's now that would empty the old council houses that are under occupied....i know we could also put a nice sign....let me think?? i know WORK MAKES YOU FREE....nice slogan!!! we could put it above the electified gates...what planet are you actually on????

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Bedroom tax is a good idea ...

 

But there will be smaller places once the people that need bigger move out.

 

On this occasion, no, I don't think you've helped at all. So, if you don't mind, I'll not be adding to your reputation by pressing the black starry thing.

Perhaps, with your incredible lack of empathy, the Benefits Forum isn't the place for you ...

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During Labour's government, they permitted the following abuses of the Legal aid System.

 

It costs the taxpayer nearly £5million a year to monitor him.

 

 

Well the tory party are no strangers to wasting tax payers money like the west coast rail fiasco costing £50 million not to mention the torys have also spent millions trying to deport Abu Qatada.

 

I dont know why the government are making a fus and wrongly accusing him of being a terrorist. Do they base this on evidence obtained by torture? Yes, then they support evidence gained by torture.

Innocent til proven guilty no?

Leave the bloke alone I say. He has not asked the tax payer to put police outside his house has he?

Anyway its a bit rich these puppets in the theatre of westminster calling him a terrorist while during this decade more than a million innocent women and children have been killed by western troops sent by them.

 

We can all sling mud around at the torys and at labour.

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Something interesting to consider with regard to the 'bedroom tax':

 

We have a neighbour who lives on his own in a three bedroom social housing property. He works from home and pays his rent. He uses the other two rooms for stock.

 

Another neighbour lives on his own also in a three bedroom social housing property. Like the former he also works and pays his rent.

 

Yet another neighbour who is a pensioner lives in a two bedroom house and will be exempt.

 

Now considering that social housing rent is on average cheaper than the private sector why should they all not be forced to downgrade!!! It is not right when the primary reason for the 'bedroom tax' is to free up houses!!!

 

 

As for the MP' s, Councillor's etcetera, why don't they set an example and scrap expenses!!! Don't quote the usual c**p about it being part of the 'job entitlement' and 'all above board', just do the MORALLY CORRECT THING AND DON'T CLAIM THEM YOU SCROUNGING S***S!!!

 

If your neighbours pay their own rent and don't receive HB, then they are not affected by the bedroom tax at all.

We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office ~ Aesop

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Apparently, (I've lost count of the amount of times I've heard this) he claimed £40 for one breakfast?

 

I would like to see him try living on £51 a week too. But it has to be for a year or so for him to see how difficult it is.

 

There was a series of programmes on telly a few years ago about poverty and a few MP's including IDS where invited to live on single adult income support rate for a few weeks to see if they could do it ..

 

Guess who duct out at the start of the series ?

Please use the quote system, So everyone will know what your referring too, thank you ...

 

 

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Another one

 

 

You have taken the bait hook line and sinker.

 

The government could deport him tomorrow but they choose not to.

Why?

Because they have an ulterior motive.

 

Firstly the government complain that they cant deport this dangerous terrorist because of silly european human rights.

The propaganda media whip up a public frenzy causing an outrage by the public that this man cant be deported.

The government then come up with a cunning plan. Yes we will stop these stupid european human rights that hamper our courts, freedom and security.

The public cheer, yay we want our human right taken away,,yay yay yay for Dave!

 

Human rights taken with public support.

Talk about sleep walking off a cliff! Lol

 

That my friends is politics.

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