Have you moved recently? That could be an explanation for PE's letters going missing.
Is the hotel part of a chain? If so I would be tempted to escalate to area manager level, say the hotel manager doesn't seem to know the basics of the law of the country he/she operates in, and you want PE's invoice cancelled.
If it's not part of a chain then a similar letter to the hotel itself - a letter, not an informal chat. It's time to stop being nice with people.
Thanks for the reply. It's pretty much what I expected and feared I would be told.
It is true that, ever one for a quiet life, I would not have raised this issue of the parking space were it not for the landlord's unreasonableness during the very latter part of our tenancy (once he had issued us with a notice to quit, so as to re-rent the property out for a higher rent) and now, since. I was hoping our last tenancy was now behind us, content to put it all down to experience and just get on with my life. However, I overlooked quite a number of breaches on the landlord's part (including legal ones) during our tenure because, being in a "seller's market" and needing somewhere to live, we were subject to a Hobson's Choice scenario. And that is why I did not press for redress, not because I was a willing party to the situation. Am I being overly optimistic in hoping such might be taken into consideration?
Yes she is in a very tough position. I have been trying to advice her. I have told her to speak to social services for advice regarding the impact on her children, but as my sister is a senior social worker, she is going to speak to her. She has already spoken to her GP as she seems to be falling into depression...although her GP has never seen her husband, he describes him as displaying 'narcissistic behaviour' . I think she is afraid of what others think, not upsetting her children and keeping a sense of normality but doing all this is taking a toll on her. She says that she feels sorry for her husband as he is estranged from his family but in the process she is not helping herself.
Its just advice that I need but I am guessing that solicitors is the best way to go right now.
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!