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    • I think we need to change from the usual snotty letter and go for something which shows PE you are no mug and also puts pressure on the surgery.  It may well be that no-one has stood up to PE there and the surgery have not had the reality of court action hitting them yet.  How about -     Dear Parking Eye,   Re: PCN no. XXXXX, Letter Before County Court Claim   cheers for your LBC.  I rolled around on the floor in mirth at the idea you actually thought I'd take it seriously and cough up.   I was an NHS patient that day and I can prove it.   Now you know and I know and now you know that I know all the reasons why your set up at 175 Preston Road is complete pants.   You can either drop this foolishness now or get a complete hammering in court, the choice is up to you.  If you continue I will of course add The Surgery Brighton* as a third party to the claim and then enjoy obtaining an unreasonable costs order against both of you under CPR 27.14(2)(g) and spending the dosh on a nice foreign holiday now that borders are reopening while all the time having a great laugh at your expense.   I look forward to your deafening silence.   COPIED TO THE SURGERY BRIGHTON*     *  You obviously know the real name of the place, correct this bit.   There's no rush, let's see what the other regulars think.
    • It might be an idea if you went through the letter that he has sent you and isolate each point and then comment on each point. This would be best done in a tabulated format. Have a two column Microsoft Word table with the point you have identified on the left, and your comments on the right. And maybe 1/3 column with a link to any evidence – SMS et cetera that you might have in support. He says that he didn't agree to the repair. What do you want to say about that? In terms of delivery charge, if you are entitled to a refund then I would say you are also entitled to the delivery charge. Although it was your choice, it is all part and parcel of the same contract and if the main contract fails then the ancillary contracts must fail as well.  
    • If the pipe is not passing over their land or vacate in water over their land then it is simply visually unsightly and unless there is some local agreement or law that prevents it, then you are completely in your rights. If your builders et cetera are getting hassled by them then I suggest that you start keeping a very detailed diary of any incidents – dates, times, who said what to who – and also don't get drawn into anything. If it starts to get nasty then keep us updated.  
    • So what happened to their claim ...as per my last post?
    • Evening    firstly, apologies if I’ve not posted in the right category    looking for assistance and advice with a boundary line issue regarding a new fence installation that I have got a builder to complete and the adjourning neighbour is now complaining that my gutter pipe is now visual to them    to describe the set up, I have a conservatory that has a gutter pipe the feeds across and then down the side and was previously concealed from the neighbours view but a timber fence panel (no view to us as on other side of conservatory panel) - the rest of the old fencing was that old green wire type fence so zero privacy. The new fencing is a 4 ft timber fence with 1ft trellis on top including new concrete posts and footing.  Our conservatory was built mid 90s, a few years ago the neighbour built a house extension with patio and both the house extension and patio went right up to the party wall - not fussed about that.  However because of this, there is no longer enough available space to fit a smaller timber panel to conceal the gutter from their view.   the gutter is well inside of my property but probably close to the party wall now   am I right in thinking that I am not legally obliged to do anything as the gutter flow doesn’t affect their property as it continues to flow into my garden and drain appropriate and all they are concerned about is a standard white pipe on view - there is nothing in the covenant to say they are entitled to right of a view    I plan on asking the builder to leave the yellow boundary string up as evidence that the pipe is not on the property and neither is the flow.    I am plan on requesting that they not alter the side of the fence in any way on their side because like the rest, it’s on my side of the boy arch and not with the party wall    in the space of 2 days, they have shouted at my builder many times in a day and had some suited old guy visit - not sure how VIP they were as no one would visit from the borough that quickly    I just want to do things legally, morally but with a sprinkle of not caving for an relatively easy life    any help much appreciated    cheers 
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SAR sent off yesterday. I think the ERC is about £3700

 

They have till January 18th to respond

09.12.2006 B&W LBA sent

 

22.11.2006 B&W prelim letter sent asking £5500.32

 

23.11.2006 TMB S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent

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Well done Alison. Keep us posted with your progress.

 

Good luck

 

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Good Luck. Do you have a thread, you are a few steps ahead of me and it will be interesting to watch your progress.

09.12.2006 B&W LBA sent

 

22.11.2006 B&W prelim letter sent asking £5500.32

 

23.11.2006 TMB S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent

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Hi all, I've just become a member of this wonderful community. I would like to reclaim arrears charges, etc from TMB though I paid off the mortgage last year. If I can start this course of action, where can I find the templates letters for this please? Thanks.

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I Wish you everything you wish yourself.

 

NatWest Claimed £1,639. Accepted £1,344.

Natwest Paid me again as GOGW £1,656. Yes they can have it back if they say please.

Barclays 1 Claimed £1,260. Won by default. Paid in full

Barclays 2 Claimed £2,378. Won by default. Paid in full

Birmingham Midshires. Claimed £2,122. Accepted £2,075.

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Ok I think unliquidated damages sounds good. I really dont want to sound greedy but I dont want the judge to give me a fiver either!;)

 

 

That's what I am going to do, but for different reasons...I recon £1500-£2000 is reasonable enough that it keeps the claim in small track, but enough to be worthwhile...

 

Good luck,

 

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