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12 Aug 12 #349054 by WYSPECIAL
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www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2186420...w-Gambian-lover.html

Is this not the same thing????????


They''ll sound a bit different in court. One goes round to his former home that his wife still lives in and destroys her property. The other asks their ex who left three years ago to remove some scrap metal from the garden of the house they are trying to sell and gave them notice that they would get it removed if it wasn''t taken. It wasn''t taken so they got it dealt with.

Also it wont fit the definition of theft as she didn''t dishonestly appopriate the property.

Did she get money for them from the scrapper?

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12 Aug 12 #349058 by Fiona
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www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2186420...w-Gambian-lover.html

Is this not the same thing????????


No. There is legislation that permits someone to dispose of goods if they gave due notice.

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12 Aug 12 #349060 by Mrq
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It was not scrap Both bikes were road worthy and the car was mint apart from needing some engine work and the house is not yet on the market. My solicitor wrote to her last year after she sold my tools on ebay that she could not remove anything whilst finances were being sorted. I also explained twice that I was not able to remove vehicles until I had some money as I have been off sick for 6 months. As for money I have no idea

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12 Aug 12 #349061 by jslgb
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Do you have the paperwork for the vehcles in your posession?

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12 Aug 12 #349062 by Mrq
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No but the police did a check on the car and it was still in my name. I have my fathers will stating he left it to me

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12 Aug 12 #349065 by jslgb
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If she has both the vehicles and ownership documents in her posession will it not come down to her word against yours then?

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12 Aug 12 #349069 by Mrq
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The police will do nothing, So it will come down to the settlement

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