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Jason Bennison (Zeke)
Dealing with Bailiffs
Pretences and fantasies
Money Making Schemes
Magistrate court fines
Council Tax enforcement
Odd Posts strange ideas
Mark’s wild rants
Jason Bennison (Zeke)loses another High Court case and refuses to accept it
Late last night, Bennison was having one of his wild rants, where he said the following: Funny he should say this, over six months ...
BHF advice costs debtor over twice the original debt in fees
Here we have a poster who, of their own admission, is not well acquainted with fora. They say they received one letter, presumably the notice ...
Bennison’s advice to pay the court direct fails again
Bennison has been telling people to pay the court directly to avoid fees for years, even when there is no evidence that this method actually ...
Section 10 of the DPA 1998
Here we have a piece of legislation that's very often misunderstood. This is what the legislation says: This is what the ICO says: Note the text highlighted ...
Bailiff Help Forum – lacking in qualified advisors
So, who is qualified to give advice on that forum? It looks like nobody these days! Whatever happened to the Likely Lads? Once upon a time, there ...
Mr Bennison (a.k.a. Schedule12) has not just been posting up his own collection of homemade templates on his Bailiff Help Forum, he's also been flogging ...
Jason Bennison (a.k.a. Schedule12) loses Nominet dispute
Well, well, well, what have we here... Mr Bennison opened a dispute over this domain with Nominet and he LOST! Nominet ruled that ...
Bailiff forces entry after poster advised to commit perjury
A couple of weeks ago, a poster went to BHF for help with a TV license fine. The opening post said the following: It is quite ...
The £4,000 costs order
Here we have a thread where the debtor had a visit from DCBL with a writ in the name of a limited company. Although the ...
Jason Bennison (a.k.a. Schedule12) is Wrong Again
Maybe it is time that we started to examine, and correct, the wrong advice that is being doled out by Jason Bennison. ...
Section 50(3) The “Amount Outstanding” as in the the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (schedule12)
As can be seen hereunder, section 50(3) says: The “amount outstanding is the sum of these.” (a)the amount of the debt which remains unpaid (or an amount ...
Pote’s difficulty understanding legislation.
New post coming soon.