yes AFAIK send to Swindon court
you can get the SD sworn at your local county court for free Monday.
what i'd do is ring Swindon court monday
tell them what you are doing and that you have not received noting prior to the one marstons letter.
they should arrange to sort marstons out.
can you scan it up to pdf
I don't have any more detail but think that the best person should get the job, whatever their gender.
As it happens I think Keir Starmer could be a good leader. As a former prosecutor he could take on Bojo in PMQs, I would hope.
Thanks for the reply. I have only received one letter.
It states i owe £450.00, and it mentions I have 14 days to pay or contact discuss specific circumstances, or an enforcement agent will be visiting the property.
I read the thread you have posted, but unsure about some of the language.
What would be the best thing to do?
I downloaded the Statuary Declaration form that was in the thread, but im not really sure what this means.
Do I fill this out and send it to the court and notify Marston im doing so ?
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Is that true?
anyone have more detail?
If it is even part way true why hasn't that been referred for sexual discrimination?
It should work equally all ways, not just for anyone but males
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