My ex-partner has a brain tumour which changed her personality and her feelings to me.
She made me homeless.
She has removed me from our joint tenancy home by framing me with the police on an assault charge which I am not guilty.
She has removed most of my furniture and belongings out of the property to a location I do not know.
She refuses to give back my two dogs which I have proof that I'm the legal owner.
She is trying to have my name removed of the tenancy with the landlord.
She is opening my mail and trying to ruin my character with court action, family and friends.
I hope you can assist,
I can't contact her directly because of the bail conditions in the criminal case. I've had contact with a male friend of hers who has informed me that he is storing by goods but will not disclose there where abouts. I'm living at the moment over 300miles away, but wishing to return to Rose Cottage (our joint tenancy home) when the bail conditions are lifted.
I have been told by my lawyer in the criminal case that she is to have surgery in January to remove the tumour.
The tenancy is due for renewal on the 15th May 2015.
The most important is the return of my two Hungarian Vizslas dogs, my ex-partner is due to have a brain operation to hopefully remove the tumour. She may die whilst receiving this treatment, how can I be sure what is to become of them.
I have two Owner Registration Certificates from The Kennel Club. I've asked my bank for copies of the two cheques that have been cashed that I sent to the two breeders of £200 each for the deposits for the dogs. Unfortunately both receipts for the balance in cash of £600 each is still at the cottage or my ex-partner has destroyed.
I've been on the site "money claim.gov.uk", reading how to make an application it only mentions money debt not belonging such as dogs, furniture and paintings.
Should I make two separate claims, one for the dogs and the other belongings?
Should I wait for the criminal case to be heard on 12th February 2015.
Hi again Clare,
If on the 12th February 2015 I am found Not Guilty by the Magistrates of Assault by Beating, I'm entitled to compensation.
1. By the Crown by being apart of this set-up
2. By the Prosecution witness for colluding to remove me from the cottage and for the misery they have cause my family and myself.
Thank you for answers to my two questions,
I find it hard to believe that police officers can delude court direction, be apart of a criminal deception to remove me from my home. Yet they can carry on being police officers in the UK being paid by the state. Surely this should be addressed.
Is it their job to sit in their police car in a remote village of Rutland, not knowing when I'm going to return home. Yet can arrive 5 minutes after I arrive home to arrest me, unless it was all arranged.
PS My ex-partner has never said that I've abused her in any way.
A formal complaint to whom?
Thank you Clare,
Thats what I wanted,