Alas my partners mother has been showing the signs of dementia for the last 2 years and it has gotten to the stage where she doesn't know if it's Wednesday or Lewisham (Courtesy Ms. P. Scales).
My partner has got power of attorney, and has started going through her mothers accounts as her mother hasn't got any money each month as her pension seems to disappear from her mothers account.
she has found almost £16,000.00 missing / unaccounted for with no real paper trail over the last 2 years. All DD's have been cancelled, and mortgage is sorted, so is her poxy time share, but...........
However we are thinking that as her mother knows nothing of these transactions we can claim under the chargeback scheme as apparently they went out by someone using her debit cards purporting to be a company in Spain. (We know that she owns her part of her time share and that this property has a maintenance order for payment every year...fair enough), but there is no paper trail at all here, and for some reason the Halifax isn't recognising my partner has power of attorney despite my partner going to the bank along with her mother.
So this is an old lady who has 'lost' 16k in cash from an account she hasn't got paperwork, receipts etc for.
What i'm after is advice please, legal or otherwise to guide both hers and my next moves. Cheers guys and girls Dave
is it me but if it can be spread by breathing in particles in the air expelled by carriers, then why the fcuk are the bus drivers and second man travelling without masks on each coach bringing peeps back from China?
So far......i'm reading that these have left, or are leaving or have been linked with a move...
BFG BOS Wells Eze Scowen
If they all go, thats a hell of a chunk of our first team, and some great players we will / could lose.
My word, do we have players of skill to replace them? remember at present we are 16th, so in grand old Duke of York fashion (oooerrrrrr) neither up nor down, but would losing these have a very negative impact on the team and performances?
I went to Manchester airport to pick the family up from holiday, and parked 5 mins away from the arrival terminal (literally, their plane flew over me as i parked), on a road called Shadowmoss road, by the tram stop, where i always park to pick them up when they are shopping in town.
There is a parking bay clearly laid out on one side of the road opposite the houses (google earth it if you need to see more) and they each have off road parking for a minimum of 1 car.
So between my visit before picking the family up, signs have been put up saying 'residents parking permit only' on posts by aside the long parking bay. I didnt see them.
In fact the first i knew of it was the parking enforcement chap knocking on my window saying that 'this was residents parking and would i mind moving'. No problem there, he was polite and once pointed out to me i moved away.
Today i got a ticket in the post for £70, which equates as £30 per minute i was there in the bay i always park in.
If i complain, i have to pay 50% extra.
No ticket was given to me, no notice of being booked given verbally, just a polite 'this is residents parking and would i mind moving'
Anyway, as it stands i did park there for a couple of minutes, i moved on without stress or words exchanged apart from me saying 'yes, sorry i didn't know , and i'll move now'.