Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by mullered07, Aug 13, 2008.
Hahaha... love it
this one dont fit properly :/
This time we all have to stick to the same avatar theme for at least more time than we did with the star trek one.
Check mine out.
that french guy that says ' i fart in your general direction'
This would make a belter of an avatar for someone.
Think result to show when you search black knight.
You fight bravely sir knight but the fight is mine.
tis but a scratch.
by far one of the most memorable scenes!
i saw that thread
Would you like to taste the holy hand grenade you peasant??
Their Note was too the landlord, I will definitely watch out for them. There is no way to enter other than the front, and i don't think the council even know we live here as all our post is redirected to another address...
They are Chartered Bailifs if that actually means anything, there was no letter from the council or any sort of details left there, was a bit strange.... can they force entry if the one who owes money doesn't own anything in the premises?
My mother got real worried and called the number left there and tried to explain to the fucker that the landlord doesn't live here, hopefully they caught the hint as she left his number with them....
They can only force entry if they have a Police warrant AFAIK. Have a look at the link Tatty posted; there's some stuff there I didn't even know
But what you're thinking is right - even if they do force entry/have a warrant, as long as you can prove the stuff there is yours and not your landlord's, then you should be ok. That's providing the landlord hasn't claimed that the debt is yours, and not his.
If the bailifs' paperwork says that you owe the money, well, I'd start seeking legal advice.
no, that was clearly labeled as the landlord, we called them and they confirmed it...
Well im 99% sure they cant enter the property without a warrant like Scam says and it has to be in your name. I am unsure if legally they can take your stuff since essentially its the landlords debt and technically they own the place.
If anything happens like they try to force entry immediately phone the police.
Some key caps on my new keyboard started to fade like the 'A' key since i use it a lot in gaming but i read up a top tip that using a cotton bud and some isopropyl can clean the cap. So i did that and everything is fine now. Apparently oils in fingers can dirty the characters. I haven't ate at the desk or had really greasy fingers while using the keyboard but apparently even relatively clean fingers can make key caps fade. Nice to know i can just use some isopropyl which i have a massive bottle of from cpu cleaning.
I use the plastic cover that came with it to keep out dust! Handy!
You should be ok then. Worst case scenarios:
They get a warrant to seize the landlord's property (any furnishings that belong to the landlord can be taken fom your home, and maybe even the whole property).
You get evicted.
Either way you won't really lose out (except for your deposit - you're unlikely to get that back if your landlord has money troubles), but you may be inconvenienced massively.
Worst case scenario's though.
Ah, I should have been more clear with that - if the warrant is in landlord's name, and it's his property, then technically they will be allowed in. But the name's gotta be spelt right, with a signature on the warrant.
Sorry yeah they can enter the property if a warrant is in the landlords name since essentially they are the home owner, i get it now. Anyway it doesn't matter they cant force entry without a warrant. I doubt they are legally allowed to take a tenants property if its a landlords debt, just their stuff i guess.
That's right, they're not, and it's a rule that a lot of people abuse.
"Not my PC, it's my Mum's/Dad's/Brother's/<insert pet's name>"
There's some reaaaaally deep stuff you can do to get out of it. When they show you a bit of paper with your name on it i.e. JOE BLOGGS; You can say "that's not me, my name is Joe Bloggs, not JOE BLOGGS/MR. BLOGGS". All caps or with a Mr. means it's your legal title, your PERSON, not actually you.
It's long winded and you'll end up in court but it can work. That's how people are getting away with not paying Council Tax and TV Licence - by abolishing their legal PERSON and being dealt with in the realms of Common/Natural Law instead of Civil/Commercial Law.
I know by now you are confused, so I'll link you to a man who can explain it:
John Harris - Freeman of England: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPN29z7VLMg
Series of videos WELL worth watching: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0IM7Hobd_k
Man getting out of paying Council Tax for the rest of his life (by-product of him going to court for non-payment of Council Tax and having the case dismissed under Common Law): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6Zc2_CEw4I
Sneaky Muther F!
in the nicest possible way
scam for president!
President, who do you think we are? Scam for emperor, thats the British way
Can anyone recommend any anime to me?, i've watched deathnote and i'm working my way through guyver with considerable speed, and i liked both of those
Like it, but tbh I'd even be happy with Queen scam
To be fair scam would probably become king after a lady in a lake gave him a sword (monty python quote ftw)
Freemen of the land state they are a separate human being from a legal entity as registered in a birth certificate. They do not consent to statuary law and only go by Common law.
I live in Scotland and we have our own legal system Scots Law, which was protected in the Act of Union. I think though Freemen here use the same principles of consent as the English do.
Civil law is where the Freemen disagree as they say law is consent by the governed, they do not consent.
They believe in free right of travel which means they do not need agree with legislative laws dealing with driving, so they try to drive as they call it "private" vehicles without a license or insurance.
They always ask police officers to swear oaths meaning they are peace upholders or something stupid like that.
Is all i can think of on top of my head atm.
Separate names with a comma.