Sorry 45002, that would never be the case for many reasons.
1. HA are notoriously a law into themselves and judges are very lenient with them
2. LA OFFICIALLY was not aware of his residency there, in fact his mother was claiming single occupancy (i suppose to pay less council tax)
3. All bills were in mother's name, so proving residency would prove difficult with a mobile phone bill
4. Shortage of accommodations has made changing locks an accepted practice when someone dies and next of kin don't get in touch within a few days. Again, judges are aware of this and lenient.
Given all of the above, going down the legal route would probably open a can of worms with the unpaid council tax since 1977, of course if the son can prove of having lived there without any evidence.
So my previous advice remains unchanged, the son should seek help from a charity related to his disability, they might help.
I have an SAR from Lloyds, and in it I found details of a credit card I forgot I have.
The charges on it are:
I'm looking at this post:
In particular these points here:
-you'll need to fill in a copy of the statint.xls spreadsheet HERE
-you'll need to fill in the FOS Customer Questionnaire HERE
-you'll need a covering letter HERE
Once i have these three documents complete, am I ok to send to Lloyds?
Can I claim back for charges and interest?
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!