.So I’ve been at the flat for a number of years , you had to be a certain age back then, now all ages and couples with young babies get put here , first floor , no garden not a good area not so bad either .
ive just had a letter to say I’ve been taken off the list to transfer to a more appropriate home , no notice just taken off, council are saying my age group no longer qualify.. I spoke to equality and human rights council they suggested I complain siting The Public Sector Equality Act 2010. ( The General Duty and Specific Duty) relating to age discrimination.
But I’ve also come across this in LAW Quarterly online Mag.
LHA’s allocation scheme suspending applicant’s ability to bid (R (Alemi) v Westminster City Council)
The High Court has held that Westminster City Council’s allocation scheme suspending certain applicants from bidding for social housing for 12 months breached section 166A(3) of the HA 1996 (setting out which groups of people should be given reasonable preference when allocating housing).
Interesting i thought?
so you've had a notice of assignment then?
if so that's rare for nasty west to sell it on they typically litigate themselves
so I bet the debt is vastly inflated with penalty charges and the interest they attract.
i'd be sending NW an sar
get all the statements.
then go thru them with a fine toothed comb.
could be £1000's to reclaim....
pers i'd stop paying
what was the original debt amount
and what is outstanding now
a bit more info on the history please
no they cant just take the car
they would have to return to court and get court bailiffs to enforce the ROG.
are their statements complete, i'e they show how each month the balance is made and what you have to pay/
I hope they aren't adding extra charges each month too?
they can ONLY demand what the COURT agreed with on the signed tomlin
it was a tomlin order yes?
well thats the gamble you take in small claimd court.
though as i say
with bc argreeing to pay the repairs [should have also been your losses mind!]
it does strenghten your case for a win in a claim.
now if you'll ever get anything out of him even if you do
is a very different matter.
Thanks for the info. It would be worthwhile proceeding to recover consequential losses because there is a matter of principle at stake. I can imagine that the dealer is probably feeling quite smug having made a profit from the sale of a dodgy car with absolutely no come-back other than a less than glowing review on Trustpilot. Also we are not talking about a small amount here, we are talking many hundreds of pounds.
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!