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I would like to Request Mr. Thomas Judge Again, please.
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.


Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Hello Mr. Judge and Many Thanks for Your last feed-backS in this matter.Please know that I wasn't comfortable either asking you more Qs in the other thread, even if they could be follow-ups.
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Sadly, I am still finding Error when trying to upload the attachments here.. would you be so kind as to look into the other Q, to give you the info. you need to respond here?
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.

I see what questions would you like me to answer and I will try and help

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Many Thanks, Sir.
Firstly, Regarding the Possession Notice, I found missmatches with the dates, as you cand see from the other thread when I sort of 'copied & pasted' them...
As this is a Very Serious Order and besides the other Serious issues surrounding this case, I should need to know if this can further help my case and how, please.
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.

Let me see if I can open your attachments

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Could you successfully open the atachments?
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.

No. Which as you can imagine is very frustrating.

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
Thank You Sir, for that Response and for Trying to Help: Much Appreciated.
What I will do, I am Next going to copy and paste the text that I pasted for you yesterday in the Other thread.
There it goes...
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
The following is what appears In the Possession Notice & Acknowledgement of Service,
Please Note the text in between:
>>>>>>>------ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -------<<<<<<<<<<
>>>>>>>------Text Text Text Text Text -------<<<<<<<<<<
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
1 Missmatch on the DATE!... BELOW:6.- Name and address of landlord/licensor: XXXX
To be signed and dated by the landlord or licensor or his agent (someone acting for him). If there are joint landlords each landlord or the agent must sign unless one signs on behalf of the rest with their agreement.
Signed: XXXXX
>>>>>>>------ DATE: 14-January-2015 (BY HAND!) -------<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>------Thu 14th January 2016-------<<<<<<<<<<
I posted deliver to the property namely XXXXX the following documents:
Notice of seeking possession.
I believe the facts stated in this statement are true.
Signed XXXX
Date: >>>>>>>------4-January-2015 (BY HAND!) -------<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 5 months ago.

The error being 2015 rather than 2016?

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
4th January as opposed to 14th January...
3 out of 4 times the dates don't match -the other side did it, Not me! I simply found it, however, of course I am curious -and hopeful- that in a document of such importance, such as a Possession Notice, these kind of errors can be acted upon to further favour my case.. is there something I can do?
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 4 months ago.

You would in your witness statement to the court draw attention to these irregularities.

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
I have Sir.
Are these Irregularities Not that important?
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 4 months ago.

They can be. That is why you should draw them to the court's attention in a witness statement.

Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 3 months ago.

Have matters been resolved now?

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