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    • yes sadly thats how the sharks work.   i've moved you topic to the blemain forum.   100's of threads to read here. but you are doing the best thing for now and thats get all the info. there could well be £100's if not £1000's in unlawful penalty fees too.        
    • Don't think its an age thing Nain worried she can't buy grandchildren a winter coat, or a newborn baby bottes yes baby equipment like bottles and sterilising equipment Non Essential.   Think its more Drakeford's supporters who are right on hard left do as you are told or else types.
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    • Thank you and yes it was a 10k loan in 2007  but the amount outstanding currently is £17k 
    • Sounds like you've done some great detective work there, well done!   So you now have a good timeline; the car was purchased by the dealer who performed an HPI check and found no finance outstanding. They then sold it to someone who took out their own finance in August 2020. That person sold it to you without informing you that there was finance outstanding in October 2020.   I would think that it would be realtively straightforward for a solicitor to write a letter to MB with the pertinent facts (they will obviously know when and by whom the finance was taken out) and request that they issue a good faith title. It should only cost about £150.   I echo what others have said; don't hassle the seller. I know it is really frustrating and annoying, but he has proved himself a liar and only has to tell the Police that you threatened him and you'll be in trouble!
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      They will of course pursue you for the funds and pass your file around various departments of their business and out to third parties.
       
      Your response is that you should treat it as a hobby.  I have numerous files of correspondence each faithfully organised showing the various letters from different DCA;s , solicitors etc with a mix of threats, inducements and offers.   It is like my stamp collection and I show it to anyone who is interested!
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If I e-mail my MP on a subject, and he/she replies, would that parson be able to state copyright at the bottom of their

e-mail/letter. What would happen if I put my question and their reply on say CAG?

I was of the opinion that their reply to me could be published if I wished to do so, however I have noted that any answers given to me on a number of occasions by MP’s I have e-mailed have copyright on the bottom.

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If anyone writes you a letter then the contents of that letter are copyright. I'm not sure whether a letter from an MP is copyright which belongs to the MP – in which case the copyright would last for 70 years after the death of the author, or copyright of the Crown in which case the copyright would last for 125 years after publication.

 

I can scarcely imagine any MP objecting to the publication of something that he or she has written – but there may be exceptional circumstances. You probably need to give more information. It is not necessary to include the words "copyright" or any other message or symbol in order for a copyright to exist. It just – exists!

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Thanks for your reply:-

I’ll give you little more detail. I live in Plymouth, one of the ongoing debates at the moment

is in relation to Plymouth Airport which has been closed, by a company who wish to build house

all over it, as they say it is not viable, (that’s after first getting the 100 year lease, and selling off

all the landing slots at Heathrow, it’s basically a money grab).

 

The majority of the Plymouth residents want their airport back/reopened, so I have e-mail all the

MPs in Plymouth irrespective of what part or party in Plymouth they represent and asked them

what is their position on the reopening of the airport.

 

A number of their replies have copyright on the bottom and I did not wish to publish those replies if

they are protected. It sounds to me that they don't really want their electorate to know what they

really think. Typical politicians.

 

Does that also include e-mails?

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It includes everything.

 

I think you have probably misunderstood the copyright notice at the bottom of the letter. I think it is far more likely that they are warning people who might wish to include those letters in some kind of book which would then be sold, that if there is any economic exploitation of the copyright work then the editor of that book can expect a challenge.

 

I can't imagine that any MP would raise objections to the publication of their letter on a website or elsewhere which doesn't make any profit and is really simply a public interest website.

 

If I were you I would go ahead. I would have thought that the worst thing that could happen would be that you would get a notice asking you to remove it. If you're making a profit out of the letter in some way then I can imagine that a different approach should be taken.

 

The only other issue relating to the publication of correspondence might be if it was considered to be confidential. I can't imagine that the contents of the letter which you have described would be considered confidential. If I were you, I would simply go ahead.

 

In future – and for the avoidance of doubt – if you canvass opinion from people on these kind of issues in the future, it might be worth pointing out that you would be grateful for their reply which you are intending to share with other interested parties. However, I think even this is not necessary. It might help you sleep more easily, maybe.

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