So a letter came from the Court advising of a March hearing date. I'll crack on and prepare over February ready to send it all in.
However, pretty much at the same time, Idem have written and enclosed all their 'evidence' against this, which has now got me very worried - have we done the right thing?? Do I scan it all and post, or summarise it? I'm worried that this has put us on shaky ground.
For example, they've enclosed the (already seen) application form, an old MBNA credit card statement, mention payment plan with CCCS, various letters etc which, in reality, all point towards a debt as well as copies of various old documents.
Is this normal practice for Idem? They certainly seem to be going for it with all guns blazing.
What's the worst case scenario in this?
Sorry I thought that the dealer had "sent" the notification of change of keeper either electronically or by snail mail.
besides that I may be naive but surely the KISS strategy would be best in these situations i.e. If there was no keeper on record at the time of the alleged offence, as evidenced by the cancellation / non renewal of DD, then how can anyone be penalised/prosecuted for an offence?
Oh the whole contract has me shaking my head
this bit made me giggle
no smoking is allowed in any customer or company vehicles you will be charged 60.00 for cleaning he gets paid 6.00 per car he valets. Madness
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