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#1 Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Mark1960 » 09 Jun 2015 14:37

How not to carry out enforcement:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtPfh57FiUU

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#2 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Schedule 12 » 09 Jun 2015 14:48

That reminds me of Peter "Bailiff-can-take-your-hire-purchase-car " Felton-Gerber. Solicitor for Newlyn. Earlier today he launched another angry tirade of abuse about me at a barrister representing a DWB Client at Croydon County Court. He made a similar one at Barnet County court also venting his dislike of me. Big bill heading for LB Croydon. Section 3 of the Torts Act 1977 raises it's ugly head again.
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#3 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Andy » 09 Jun 2015 18:08

Haha, that's funny.
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#4 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Schedule 12 » 09 Jun 2015 18:40

Just learned that Peter Fenton also sent an email to my client ranting about me. He says I hate enforcement agents.

I wonder where he got that idea from? Unlike some, I pay my car tax.

I am still perplexed why he hates me with so much anger. He wants to do another Sheila and report me to the police and other authorities because he thinks I'm a corrupt lawyer or whatever. Even my clients barrister has never seen anything like that before. It was so bizarre.

I would have thought Peter would appreciate me giving him so much work defending all those illegal wheel clamping and ANPR cases. We both get our pockets lined by errant bailiff companies. The councils using bailiff companies are the ones that clear up all the mess.
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#5 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Hithard » 09 Jun 2015 19:44

I can't see the problem. If bailiffs stuck to the rules neither one of you would earn anything.
Unless he likes Bailiffs so much he works pro bono.
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#6 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Schedule 12 » 09 Jun 2015 19:55

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/fo ... ost3342523


I don't think he is pro Bono. If it wasn't for my clients and members of the public telling me about his court room rantings about me, I would never have heard of him. He has even mentioned me by name in proceedings not even connected to me or DWB. From what I can see, Peter is a sole practitioner. With a temper like his, being sole practioner is the best thing for him. Maybe I should Mckenzie for a client opposite Peter and see what his problem is. One client thought Peter was out to literally beat me up in a street fight his temper was so rattling. I might attend as a consultant for a barrister represented client. I have more cases involving Newlyn councils in progress. I've never seen another bailiff company's solicitor react in this way. Maybe Newlyn like having an angry solicitor. I have a feeling the Ori SRA Barnet County court swearing incident complaint hasn't percolated to him yet, oherwise he would be quiet. SRA might be waiting for HMCTS Barnet security staff to make over the CCTV footage of his outburst.
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#7 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Pote Snitkin » 09 Jun 2015 21:11

The bailiff in the video, Yilmaz, is a name that's cropped up a few times.

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#8 Re: Peter Geber Newlyn

Post by GBR » 10 Jan 2018 21:14

Peter Geber has recently launched a civil case against me on behalf of a Newlyn bailiff gregg binding who illegally clamped my car as my partner had tickets which were in his name and to pressurise payment clamped my car (in my name) and drove off. I called the police and binding lied saying he had warrants for my car. This solicitor is a complete liar and the SRA should take his practicing cert away ASAP. The bailiff knocked on the door 6am in the dark knowing we have young children woke them up out of sleep and scared them on 3 occasions. If anyone has helpful info on previous misconduct of these two people please let me know as it may be of help to me.

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#9 Re: Someone Needs A Bit Of Extra Training

Post by Schedule 12 » 10 Jan 2018 23:10

We see a lot of his angry letters. Our library is full of them.

He misled a court that a hirer has a beneficial interest in hire purchase goods. He was caught on Court Service CCTV swearing at a claimant outside court. He exposed the victim to a loss of over £3000

He misled another court that a sale of a vehicle was a "sham" even when the buyer and seller have sold the car legitimately. He exposed the claimant to a loss of £6000.

He lost Newlyn over £30000 when he defended a kamikaze claim and got overzealous with his costs. I understand he fell for another kamikaze claim, but I wasn't involved in it. He might be working for Newlyn for free and is remunerated only on successfully defending a claim or application. That explains his angry posture in his written communications with opponents.

Writes angry emails when he makes a complaint about me, and his complaint is forwarded to me to answer.

He cooperates with an activist over the internet, who posts case information on websites and a forum to sub-judicially discuss legal proceedings before they are concluded by the court.

He did a one-off defence for Jacobs, but it went belly-up and he has not been hired by them since. He approached Marston Group offering his services for free, but evidently, they did not give him any work. He exclusively works for Newlyn specialising in defending drive-by claiming claims.

I get a lot of people contacting me after he mentions my name in his witness statements and they look me up.

I heard that he complained about me to the BBC, and a journalist delved into his background investigate his motive for his disdain for me. They found him working from home, and does not have any "offices" that he talks about in his written correspondence.

If you are approaching the SRA, I don't think you can use other peoples complaints. They will only consider your complaint provided his conduct breaches the SRA code of practice or exposes a person to an unlawful loss by misrepresenting something that he ought to know is not true. In your example, if he represented to a court it is legal to clamp a car not belonging to a debtor and causes another a loss as a result, then you have a complaint - and you can use the Reiss v Barnet case because a subsequent judgment (Mulwayni v Croydon) has since made a finding it is unlawful to clamp cars not belonging to the debtor.

His modus operandi is to exaggerate the true extent of his fees and send you demands through the post. He is rather materialistic.
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