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    • Still no date for mediation - MCOL site shows my DQ was filed on 16/11 .. is this delay usual? Thanks!
    • Hi Dx,    Please find response below:   Which Court have you received the claim from?  County Court Business Centre Northampton NN1 2LH    If possible please scan redact and upload a full page copy of page 1 of the claim form. (not the response page or AOS): I did this but was removed by Admin     Name of the Claimant: Highview Parking Limited   Claimants Solicitors: DCB Legal LTD, Direct House, Greenwood Drive, Runcorn, WA71UG   Date of issue – 25th November 2021   Date for AOS – Please advise on next best steps?   Date to submit Defence – N/A   What is the claim for – Defendant indebted to the Claimant for Parking Charges PCN was issued on private land owned or managed by claimant.   The vehicle was parked in breach of the terms on C, thus incurring a PCN.   The driver agreed to pay within 28 days but did not   D is liable as driver or keeper   Despite the requests, the PCN is still outstanding   The contract entitles C to damages   £165 being the total PCN charge and damages   Additional Rate of 8% per annum   Cost and court fees   What is the value of the claim? Total £311     Amount Claimed 226 court fees: 35  legal rep fees: 50  Total Amount  311
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    • She has a tenant in the property, she has requested a copy of the tenants agreement which the tenant signed but this has not been provided.   I will get her to request a copy of the agreement she/may daughter personally signed with the letting agency.   The tenancy is now periodic month by month so tenant is not fixed into a long term contract.   The house is now severely damaged by damp and will cost 1000's to fix money my daughter does not have! The damp has been allowed to destroy the house over the last 2 years when no property inspections have been carried out.   Where does my daughter stand with the costs to repair the house damp damage which has destroyed the walls/plastering and it looks like it will need a rebuild of the plaster boards timber etc to get fixed especially the kitchen, bathroom and rear of the house wall from the guttering all the way down into the garden that entire extrior is now damaged by water seeping into the house causing the damp inside.....   The tenant is at fault too for not mentioning it  to the letting agency   The tenants bond money is not enough to fix the damage due to damp.   If my daugher gets a surveyor report from a damp specialist, can she then get the letting agency to pay for the repairs to the house? The letting agency is part of the ombusdman for letting agents. My daughter has spoke to them , been advised to make a formal complaint to the manager and wait 14 days, if no resolution to fix the severe damp, then it will escalate   Can my daughter request refund of the management fees over the last 2 years as clearly no property inspections/maintenance/nothing has been carried out by the letting agency?  
    • Thanks for the documents. I have to say that I'm trying to understand it all. Some of the documents run dated and also it's never really clear who is writing to who unless one looks very carefully. He has set out some kind of letter of claim. I have to say that his correspondence is very poorly written and pretty pompous and I'm going to say now that I think it's a shame you even bothered to respond to it.   I think you are just feeding the troll. I don't think he has any intention of suing you for anything – but simply wants you to back down on the entire bill and get away Scott free. On the other hand, if you sue him for your money then I'm certain that he will respond with a counterclaim for at least some of the things that he is referring to. As far as I can gather, his last communication to you was on 27 October and you responded very recently. Is that correct? It will be very nice to get a bullet pointed outline of all the issues – who is saying what to who. He has managed to muddy the waters so much that it is really quite difficult to discern.  
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Hi Folks,


My MP is still contemplating raising issues in parliament following the lack of clarity on how victims should deal with bank ransoms and be compensated.


I was asked if other MPs have been approached to help fashion a solution to counter the criminal bankers that continue to terrorise our society.


Let me know in this thread. I'd expect it to be quite a few but it'll be interesting to see if it's a majority or not.





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