sorry to be a pain but just one more thing, if this was to go all the way to court should i claim for the full cost of the tv £1699 or given it was 8 month old when developed the first fault would i be better claiming for a reduced amount
OK I understand thanks. I've taken out the whole section on the DVLA's letter - Government legislation & Data Protection, as it doesn't seem to add anything to the arguments.
Sorry the 'quote' came up again, but it was unsolicited!
in post#4 dx you say that a processor has to serve the Stat Demand personally to be able to action a bankruptcy petition.
I don't understand how a processor can still serve a SD when they have been told directly by the elderly owner they have the wrong address?
How can a processor then attempt serving a B petition after being told and clearly having done surveillance and asked neighbours that a completely different person lives at that address? And they know the SD has not been served in person?
And how can the processor also state in legal docs that if the person - who they know doesn't live at that address - doesn't receive the B petition that they will apply for a substituted service?
Do I need to do anything?
Is it enough that elderly relative has now contacted the processor/lawyer to point out their errors?
Or there may be an invalid SD in the court system and I need to find out and act accordingly (set aside)
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