R4C - Refusal for Cause

Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby Jenny Jackson » Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:07 pm

gepisar,

It looks like the two of us are keeping our fingers crossed then! I thought there was a rule that said they had 72 hours to dispute just like we did when we refused for cause?
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby huntingross » Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:27 pm

I'm not aware of that rule, jenny......but there is no reason to assume they would honour it anyway
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby Jenny Jackson » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:13 pm

Yes, it does seem to be one rule for the powerful and an another for the rest. I suppose it is that sense of unfairness that led me to seek out this site. I have been telling anyone who will listen about it.
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby gepisar » Wed Feb 24, 2010 12:39 am

Jenny Jackson wrote:gepisar,

It looks like the two of us are keeping our fingers crossed then! I thought there was a rule that said they had 72 hours to dispute just like we did when we refused for cause?


Yeah, i must point out, my refusal was in the post, swift (24 hours) and recorded delivery.

Shall we try another - you first!!

and Ive since moved address...and got a mail forwarder on...still nothing.
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby Jenny Jackson » Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:38 pm

It really is quite empowering to play these so and so's at their own game isn't it?

Still nothing....
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby MrFreeV » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:02 pm

right! just read through all 8 pages of this R4C thread.
I've just today recieved a NIP from wilts cuntstab.
i've opened the envelope and there is a return envelope (that they wish me to affix a stamp to!) cheeky!
would this be the right course of action:
writitng on all sheets NO CONTRACT, REFUSED FOR CAUSE, WITHOUT DISHONOUR, WITHOUT RECOURSE.
Then returning it to sender via the enclosed envelope.
or would i be better off sticking it all back in the envelope i got it in, or does this not matter?
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby gepisar » Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:20 am

MrFreeV wrote:right! just read through all 8 pages of this R4C thread.
I've just today recieved a NIP from wilts cuntstab.
i've opened the envelope and there is a return envelope (that they wish me to affix a stamp to!) cheeky!
would this be the right course of action:
writitng on all sheets NO CONTRACT, REFUSED FOR CAUSE, WITHOUT DISHONOUR, WITHOUT RECOURSE.
Then returning it to sender via the enclosed envelope.
or would i be better off sticking it all back in the envelope i got it in, or does this not matter?
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Thats what i did. "Refused for cause. No contract"...
I put it in my own envelope, sent recorded delivery.
(72p) - better than the 120 quid.

BTW, whats a NIP?
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby Jenny Jackson » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:56 pm

gepisar,

A notice of intended prosecution perhaps?
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby MrFreeV » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:52 pm

u got it jenny Notice of Intended Prosecution. :grin:
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Re: R4C - Refusal for Cause

Postby Jenny Jackson » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:38 pm

Still heard nothing back... fingers crossed. I do hope the gestapo don't come and kick my door down.

I was in a car park this evening. There were two drunks beating another drunk up in the alcove at the entrance. In the stairwell there were three teenagers shouting at each other. The whole thing was just very intimidating. Meanwhile on the floor I parked on there were two vultures drooling over a parked car busily writing a ticket out and photographing it. It didn't occur to them to go and tell the trouble makers to get lost as it may cause them to lose car park revenue because the money they get from screwing people who generally abide by the law is greater than any custom they would have lost.

It is this greed that I find so annoying. I have nothing but disgust for these bully boys in peaked caps now. Either they back off or we go to court. That is how I feel about it now.
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