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GREENBELT Action GROUP in Scotland

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Folks, get onto the homeowners rights network Facebook page where there are over 400 people in the same situation as you, including myself.

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Hello all,

 

 

I am in a similar position to many of you having been in court 5 times in the last 6 months following my decision to defer payment of £175 (one year fee) until Greenbelt could provide me of evidence to exactly what I was paying for.

 

 

My 6th Hearing has been set for April 2017 following continuous adjournment requests from Greenbelt as they clearly do no want to face me in a hearing given the negligence and fraud allegations I am making against, all of which they have failed to respond to in over 4 months.

 

As I live in Scotland,

I have also applied to the Homeowners Housing Panel to take Greenbelt to Tribunal on the basis they have failed to adhere to the Factors Code of Conduct Act 2011.

I am currently awaiting a date to be set.

 

I would recommend anyone else in Scotland Google Factors Code of Conduct Act 2011 and have a look at the process, to see if it is worth their while applying also, it really depends on the strength of your individual case / evidence.

 

I would recommend you get your local MP involved in the matter as there at least 30 nationwide who are currently assisting their own constituents on the matter.

 

Thanks, Gary

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Hello all,

 

Having been in court 5 times in the last 6 months following my decision to defer payment of £175 (one year fee) until Greenbelt could provide me of evidence to exactly what I was paying for.

 

My 6th Hearing has been set for April 2017 following continuous adjournment requests from Greenbelt as they clearly do no want to face me in a hearing given the negligence and fraud allegations I am making against, all of which they have failed to respond to in over 4 months.

 

As I live in Scotland,

I have also applied to the Homeowners Housing Panel to take Greenbelt to Tribunal on the basis they have failed to adhere to the Factors Code of Conduct Act 2011.

I am currently awaiting a date to be set.

 

I would recommend anyone else in Scotland Google Factors Code of Conduct Act 2011 and have a look at the process, to see if it is worth their while applying also, it really depends on the strength of your individual case / evidence.

 

I would recommend you get your local MP involved in the matter as there at least 30 nationwide who are currently assisting their own constituents on the matter.

 

thanks, Gary

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Positive 1,

 

i am on one of the six estates you refer to above, I am also the individual who was advise by Santander that your legal cover in home insurance would cover you for this as it is impacting your estate and mortgage conditions, I..e. Title deeds.

 

I have also been in court on 5 separate occasions to date, during which greenbelt and bto solicitors have sought and been awarded continuous adjournments.

I would strongly recommend you have a look at the homeowners rights network webpage and join the social media group as there are almost 700 people in a similar situation to you, who are all actively helping each other.

 

Thanks, Gary

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