Amlodipine (on its own) shouldn't give ‘dilute urine’.
Amlodipine is also available as a tablet that contains 2 other meds, one of which is a diuretic (this would be under brand name ‘Sevikar’ though).
if it isn’t clear why DVLA think your urine is to dilute : muscle mass will affect the level of creatinine in your blood, and thus in your urine, so this MIGHT be the issue.
Suggest you seek advice from your GP. Your GP can consider why (& will be looking at it from a “your health, including driving” point of view, with a less narrow focus than DVLA’s “licensing only” point of view). Your GP might send a urine sample and might even send a paired urine and blood sample to look into this further.
Your Article 4 Human Right (if looking at the UK’s Human Rights Act) is an “absolute” right, and is the right not to be held in slavery or servitude, or made to do forced labour. I think it would be “a stretch” to claim your Article 4 rights were being infringed.
if you were thinking instead of your Article 6 right to a fair trial, you would have to exhaust your right to appeal first, which would be by complaint to the Chief Exec of DVLA, and then an appeal to a Magistrate’s Court. It’d be sensible to have the info from your GP to argue your point on medical grounds for the first , and sensible to use a solicitor used to the law regarding driving and DVLA appeals for the latter.
There is no Article 20 Human Right Under the UK’s Human Rights Act.
if you are instead trying to invoke Article 20 (personal mobility) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities: that’d be another complex battle!. I could ask a friend with experience in this field but I would expect the answer to be similar to above : would need to exhaust existing mechanisms for escalation / appeal, first.
Apologies if I sounded rude. My other question was how long should I wait to send a letter of claim?
Also what is the stage, after I have sent this?
Do i wait for a reply?
in the letter do I state that they have an x amount of time to reply i.e 14 days?
opppss...fake sd they downloaded and sent hoping you'd wet yourself..
never intending to go any further...then decided to try their luck with it...
how unusual...used to be the favourite trick of 1st credit DCA
no it was not irrelevant.
.but you are declaring them so no issue with stating to a court you are on benefits so qualify for fee redemption.
however, you are not at this stage yet, as you have not issued a letter of claim.
if you click the above blue link here and in BF's previous posts pointing to the PAPLOC it tells you what to include..
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