Thanks Andy. Lower down in that link, it also suggests that:
I have a right to inspect the document since it is referred to in Hermes' defence (which I think fall sunder 31.14 (1) (a)),
that I must provide Hermes with written notice of my wish to inspect it, and
that Hermes will have 7 days to provide it.
So I will serve notice under 31.14 and 31.15 to Hermes by email, and file a certificate of service with the Court. I don't think I need to wait allocation etc. to make the request under these rules
Documents referred to in statements of case etc.
(1) A party may inspect a document mentioned in –
(a) a statement of case;
(b) a witness statement;
(c) a witness summary; or
(d) an affidavit(GL).
(2) Subject to rule 35.10(4), a party may apply for an order for inspection of any document mentioned in an expert's report which has not already been disclosed in the proceedings.
(Rule 35.10(4) makes provision in relation to instructions referred to in an expert’s report)
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Inspection and copying of documents
31.15 Where a party has a right to inspect a document–
(a) that party must give the party who disclosed the document written notice of his wish to inspect it;
(b) the party who disclosed the document must permit inspection not more than 7 days after the date on which he received the notice; and
(c) that party may request a copy of the document and, if he also undertakes to pay reasonable copying costs, the party who disclosed the document must supply him with a copy not more than 7 days after the date on which he received the request.
(Rule 31.3 and 31.14 deal with the right of a party to inspect a document)
PAPLOC gives you 30 days to reply to it before they can raise a claim .
once the sb date passes send our sb letter.
they probably havent got an enforceable CCA anyway
and dont forget the golden rule
a DCA is not a BAILIFF
and have ZERO legal powers on ANY debt
Read the Public Health England information.
In the Public sector, employers do appear to be following the linked advice as stated above. If someone suffers from Asthma, they are mostly self isolating at home, but can work from home, if their employers can find suitable work to complete on a works laptop.
I'm not so sure
We were in fracture clinic at our local hospital recently and they were complaining about being out of small gloves, one of the nurses tried to use a sanitiser bottle to find it was empty and was told by another nurse there was none left to fill it up...
Think I have seen something saying that Cats can transmit the virus, but whether this is scientific fact, I am not sure.
Not as if you can instruct a Cat to make sure they stay at least 2 meters away from other Cats and people, when they go out.
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