Second hand cars

Posted by Julia Roxan on 31 March 2016

Put the brakes on faulty second hand cars

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The bailiff is due

Posted by Julia Roxan on 30 March 2016

The bailiff is due to visit tomorrow and this is for the first time. Our top tips

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Stopping a bailiff's action

Posted by on 8 March 2016

The bailiff has left a note saying he is coming back next week. What can I do to stop him?

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Bailiffs

Posted by Julia Roxam on 8 March 2016

Someone came to my door a yesterday when I was out and left a note that they were a bailiff and would be back at the end of the week. How do I know if this is really a bailiff?

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Put the brakes on faulty second hand cars

Posted by Julia Roxan on 7 March 2016

Buying a second hand car can be scary. Will you be ripped off? Does the car work? How do you check if it’s roadworthy?

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Maternity leave

Posted by Julia Roxan on 7 March 2016

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I'm a self-employed woman and I’m thinking about starting a family. Am I able to take paid maternity leave?

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Can he make me leave?

Posted by Julia Roxan on 5 March 2016

My partner says he wants to end our relationship and wants me to move out of our rented property. Can he make me leave?

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Faulty or unwanted presents

Posted by Julia Roxan on 11 January 2016

Did you get a Christmas present that turned out to be broken, unusable or just not what was wanted? What are your rights?

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Renting through a letting agent

Posted by Julia Roxan on 21 December 2015

I am looking to rent privately through a letting agent. What do I need to be careful of or aware of?

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Debt Relief Order

Posted by Julia Roxan on 21 December 2015

I’m struggling with around £18,000 worth of debt and I wondered whether I’d be eligible for a Debt Relief Order. I know the limit used to be £15,000 but I heard that it was increasing soon. Is that right?

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