Hi in 2008 i was convicted (Dublin Circuit Court) of driving a car without tax, (no road tax and not road tax displayed-300e fine), and i appeal that prosecution in 2009 getting probation 1(1). At the moment i m required by I T TALLAGHT to complete a Garda vetting form ,which is compulsory for all the Social Care students,should i mention that i have previous conviction. as one previous garda vetiing (2013)- disclosed that i was convicted ...most likely that the Probation Act 1907 was not considered.... THANKS
I was involved in a no fault accident last year, when the claim was settled i got half the value of the car and was allowed by axa to keep the car and sent in a copy of the log book to the insurance company.
I was told by an engineer for axa that the car was a financial write off category D, I have all my letters from axa and no where in the letters does it state what category the car was.
A man offered me 800euro for the car in its wrecked state as a cat d write off so i agreed,this man sold the car on in its wrecked state (telling the man it was cat d) for 3000 euro.
The man that bought the car off him repaired the car and sold it on (im not sure if he told the man it had been crashed). The new owner tried to insure the car with axa and was told the car is a cat A/B category. He is now trying to claim off the man that repaired and sold him the car.
The man that repaired and sold the car has now contacted me and is saying i am liable for this,is this the case?
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