Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

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#1 Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by Tuco » 12 Jul 2016 00:06

Dear fackin Sirs

I am writing this letter because I have previously simply stated "the claimant appears to have obtained his advice from the internet" in all my defence statements. Lavely fackin jabbly-3 bags for half an hours graft.

Now we 'ave solicitors questioning dabble fackin clamping, illegal fackin forms, extortionate storage charges, & even dragging motors from sarf ov the water to Hertfordshire. What next? The price of jellied fackin eels?

The bailiff industry have always policed ourselves and it's been terrific. We're very fair, honest gav. As lawyers you will appreciate that I'm on no fackin win, no fackin fee. I've got previous with beneficial fackin interest & I don't give a fack if our forms are non compliant with legislation.

Kindest Regards Peter (money) Grabber F

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#2 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by Schedule 12 » 12 Jul 2016 07:39

Peter F policing the bailiff industry?

During Larnyoh, he green-lighted Newlyns £45 a day storage charge. He was quick running to Sheila about Larnyoh. Bet he didn't tell her that!

If Peter has a problem with me having a commercial business advising people with bailiff problems, then he should start with Sheila.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/fo ... ost2966537

We have a commercial business advising the public with bailiff enquiries

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/fo ... rt-summons
We have a business advising the public on all matters relating to a bailiff visit but as it is a commercial business it cannot be advertised on CAGicon


He was quick to complain about me doing just that.

If he has a problem with people getting bailiff advice from the internet, then I have yet to see a complaint made by him about this: http://bailiffadviceonline.co.uk/
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#3 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by delta157 » 13 Jul 2016 10:15

What is the correct term Is it (A) Levy distress or (B) take control of goods or (C) both? for (certain writs/warrants and so on This is in regards to the above post! (correct information required) I know I will get a smack in to mouth for this question but its not trivial though I will explain next...

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#4 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by Schedule 12 » 13 Jul 2016 10:38

Take control of goods.

The expression to "levy" on something is from common law and officially ceased to be current from April 2014.
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#5 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by delta157 » 13 Jul 2016 16:20

Well that's what I assumed. So from the site you linked to with the most up to date information is well actually wrong. So much for being up to date if it is that old. How can anyone take that advice as accurate? Beyond me really! They even charge for the service and do not even get the basics right to start with, or that me being to exact for some?

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#6 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by Schedule 12 » 13 Jul 2016 16:38

If you are referring to DWB, the legal action that be taken is current, but the old school expressions are cosmetic.

http://bailiffadviceonline.co.uk/compla ... -a-bailiff

http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/Ba ... plaint.htm

You choose.
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#7 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by delta157 » 13 Jul 2016 20:23

I was referring to the other site not DWB. I've learned a lot from different forums and word press accounts, this is why I said I would get a smack in the mouth...

This is why I attend Court as often as I do, currently waiting on a case in the CC to be listed..

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Post by Schedule 12 » 13 Jul 2016 20:57

I tried to build DWB from a wordpress site but I couldn't do it. I went back to the stone age and made it from html. It's backend is PHP which I find gives great functionality.
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#9 Re: Peter F's desperate letter to Gods Country

Post by Tuco » 13 Jul 2016 21:47

delta157 wrote:I was referring to the other site not DWB. I've learned a lot from different forums and word press accounts, this is why I said I would get a smack in the mouth...

This is why I attend Court as often as I do, currently waiting on a case in the CC to be listed..
Delta-In nearly all cases when reading legislation, you will find that old phrases such as "bailiff", "levy", "distress" have been substituted with the new phrases. Usually, the substitutions can be found here:
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014/600/made

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