Thank you for your response. I am anxiously awaiting the letter. I did use my card twice for buses the previous day before the offence, does that make my case more believable in their eyes? I have a hard time going outside, but they can see that I've used trains and buses recently.
Also, do you recommend a supporting letter by GP specific to the offence? As in, my doctor could write "stressedmess has trouble concentrating, and therefore could have forgotten to tap in" for example, or do you recommend just a general letter about my health?
Sorry for the long post
My fear is still receiving a criminal record even if I plead guilty with mitigating evidence (medical evidence).
As I understand it, pleading not guilty would be impossible to get away with as it's strict liability law?
I'm hoping to convince them to not take the case to court in the first place.
it’ll be fault if there is no one to claim from, your no claims (not no blame) bonus will be affected. forget the police issue that’s irrelevant to the insurance contract.
unless you are to try and claim if the highways agency for not having adequate roads to deal with flood, it’ll be recorded as fault.
It’s just a term, don’t get hung up on the term, you’ll not win that argument.
Sorry, late ro the party on this but....
Given a breach of s86B gives rise to temporary unenforceability under the CCA until remedy and an inability to charge during the period of non compliance and considering that enforcement is held as being entering judgment What grounds are there for suggesting the DFN and termination are invalid?
Also if the DFN was somehow invalid what makes the termination invalid (Could it be treated as a simple termination of contract outside of provisions for breach)? In which case could it be unlawful?
Start line do appear shockingmy inept but if the initial termination notice is good, the later notices dont mean anything as you cannot rescind termination amd you cant terminate twice.
In my view Very complaint worthy on misleading consumers and s140a unfair relationships. Could be worth arguing that and that the appropriate remedy is to accept the vt they have by their conduct led the debtor to beleive was a right that available to her.
Also your proposed letter could be treated as abandonment were you to carry that out and leave the vehicle as suggested.
Send them a fully tracked letter repeating your request for the CCA. Point out that you have already paid for it in June – and enclose a copy of the postal order receipt – which I hope you kept – didn't you?
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