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    • no don't call them. you say they DONT mention at all the other times of usage? usually it will say byelaw bla bla  and in the statement say and XXX other times counted to [no.] being TIC if you plead guity and attend which you MUST do
    • Thank you for clearing that up BazzaS.   I am under the assumption that the other offences are TIC given the fact that I admitted the period of use (5 months) in my first letter which gave my explanation of events. In response to my first letter, they decided to prosecute me for the single offence (under the byelaws).    I will call them to double check on this though.     
    • Thank you for your help. I do understand and I can see how it looks to tax credits however they aren’t telling me exactly what evidence they have. When I called them last week (haven’t spoke to the compliance team since) he said there is strong evidence but didn’t say what and then asked me what doctors he uses? I said I have no idea as I don’t.   do you think I should contact them again and explain everything again and also about the universal credit claim and what they advised? Just feel I’m gonna be in the wrong no matter what I do now as it’s either do a joint claim but he ain’t here in that capacity or do a single claim but risk it being investigated again due to him using this address.
    • How much (practical, not just academic) criminal law did your two law degrees cover?   In this context, TIC : “taken into consideration”.   If they ask about the others and you admit them and ask for them to be taken into consideration, then they can’t come after you for them later, they will be disposed of at the time the specimen charge is heard.   If they don’t ask about them and you offer them, they might offer to have them TIC, or it might persuade them not to offer an administrative settlement. There is a theoretical downside to not coughing to them, though.   If TfL prosecute you for one offence and don’t ask about any TIC, then you only get prosecuted for that one. There is then the theoretical risk they could come after you (within 6 months of the offence) for any other offences committed, if they discover them. If they are TIC you are protected from this.
    • They are charging me for one use essentially i.e. being in a compulsory ticket area without a ticket. What do you mean by TIC?
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We had an issue with a Tefal Iron - it overheated. I refused to have a repair at the 'out of warranty' repair service as it would cost £80+ to have done. The iron cost £169.00. it was 2 years old and we had it replaced using the Sales of Goods Act and got £50 to boot! The issue I had was basically a design fault, after being recompensed I stripped the old iron down to see what had happened and the fluff from the fabrics being ironed had accumilated on the heat control switch inside the iron. I raised this as a technical issue with Tefal and they say.... the design team have been advised. However, if you have an iron ( who hasn't?!!) in veiw of what I found try using the hose from your vacuum cleaner and run it around the edge of the hotplate of the iron periodically (when it's cold of course) and also on the heat control slide which on Tefal at least runs under the handle and you can see where the fluff gets in. This will draw the fluff out and the contact breakers inside wont get clogged up. My wife burnt her fingers on the old one and it melted all the plastic - a real health hazzard if the iron had been left unattended and on.


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