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. We are not alone in thinking that his advice is wrong, and the Management would like to thank Mark Bowley for sharing his true feelings about Jason so openly on the Bailiff Help Forum. These are his comments:
“Do you not realise how unprepared you are to act in any form of professional capacity in these cases? Have you no idea just what a walking disaster you really are? Or more importantly, do you even care”.
On Jason Bennison’s endless boasts of court victories, Mark Bowley challenged him with this attack:
“I’m sorry Jason but I can’t help but feel that all these cases are little more than figments of your imagination”.
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#2 Re: Single mum council tax please help!!!
Post by zeke » 28 May 2021 01:44
“You are a single parent family, and that means you are in a class of vulnerable debtors.”
Sorry, Jason but this is incorrect, no legislation anywhere says this, for good reason.
Marie Louise Parker
To name but a few
Pote or Mark pretending to be peter, for some reason. Never happen. Everyone can see your new enlightened persona of knowledge, is gleaned however dimly from him.
by zeke » 04 Nov 2019 15:47
It the writ of control is stayed then the debtor is not liable for the enforcement fees.Bailiff companies state in their contracts the creditor pays the enforcement fees when a writ is stayed.
nope, the action is stayed, that’s all. why would they refund anything, when the stay may be thrown out?
If the judgment is set aside without a stay on the writ then the writ is a nullity and nobody is liable of the enforcement stage fees.
Set asides are applied for at the county court, these can take months to be heard, in the mean time action may continue unless there is also a stay in place.
If money has been taken and the judgment is stayed then you are entitled to a refund. Give them your bank details to enable them to pay.
NOPE THATS NONESENSE SEE ABOVE and the stay is only there to examine the case.
If the bailiff company gets funny with the fees the have a detailed assessment under CPR 84.16. You will need a solicitor. Search online
This is the worst thing you could possibly do and will just cost you a lot more money, although it will benefit Zekes coffers.
“CPR 75 says the authority may request a new warrant if the respondent has moved”
No little mushroom it doesn’t.
It says a warrants should be re issued..
(7) Where the address of the respondent has changed since the issue of the warrant, the authority may request the reissue of the warrant by filing a request –
Not a new warrant, its important, you little dung dinner.
Seriously, how can a complete idiot like this ever give advice on legal matters?
Section 27 of the DVCA, introduced schedule 4A into the Magistrates court act 1980.
It had nothing to do with force against a person it was about entry by force. It is still there of course and still applies to criminal matters.