DominicJay wrote:Hello all and thanks,
At the mo im keeping a low profile but it seems that my local council cannot or "rather" dont want to, show "proof of liability order" they say that " i should ask the courts about the signed liability order, and that they are "unable to answer my question/ questions? "
Point being, no proof of signicher, on proof of bar number of the person that allegedly singed this order then "NO LIABILITY ORDER"
Threats of bailiffs "bla bla bla" are in their correspondence, but NO satisfactory reply to any of my NOTICES or questions?
The game continuse..
I will post latest letters asap..
DominicJay wrote:Things you can do about Rossendales,
Most important of all "DONT PANIC" treat them as a door to door sales man, and remember they DO NOT have any power over you.
If your in when they come round, keep them at the door and DO NOT let them in but im sure you know this. They have no rights over you unless you give them it """concent""" DONT DO IT.
They have taken your debt over from the principal and as such there is NO contract with you or them..
If you go to, Sharing information with debt collection companies, http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=22308 you will see how they work and how much they get paid every time they call or come round..
You could also put all your assets in a " irrevocable living trust agreement " google it and find one that suits you, edit it if you need to.
If they send you any letters always respond to them with a NOTICE of non compliance, on demand of proof on contract, once you have done all this? DONT open them and send them back, " return to sender "
Stay cool, and remember they have NO power over you.
All the best ..
The above copy is from Stones Justices Manual..
This is from Black's Law Dictionary ninth edition..
Distress, 1. The seizure of another's property to secure the performance of duty, such as the payment of overdue rent,
2. The labal remedy authorizing such a seizure, the procedure by which the seizure is carried out.
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