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im not sure iam liable to be honest,actually im not sure of anything to be perfectly honest Jo
iam asking if i shall reply to this letter for a start,and if yes if iam liable as well,but also could this be some sort of a trick letter,the people who hired me told me they were gonna use their insurance and just say i was helping the owner as im a friend..
one last thing, if the owner of the house in question hired me without a contract as well hes he liable or iam i still liable?thank you for all,very helpfull..
am i gonna be faced with prison possibly if it goes to court and i lose?thank you
a ccj means i have to pay money,correct?what if i dont have any at all?what happens?this really is the last for today ,thanks for your time.
its rather serious im affraid ,heard that the damage to the property was in the region of £250.000,the whole roof and first floor are gone..im just trying to see whats really the worse it can happen if it happens,im quite a poor person and have almost next to nothing of personal values ,it just doesnt cover anything ..im sure there is some more serious consequences coming out of the court,possibly?
can i not say ,that i was a a friend of the owner and was helping him out carrying the work?what will happen if i ignore the insurance company letter?what is the best way to go from here?
so whats my best option from here?shall i write to the insurance company and tell the truth ,also stating got no assets to be seized or sold,and maybe i will become bankrupt ?im just trying figure what to do to minimize my impact wich doesnt look very good,im still waiting to hear from the owners of the property but i have a feeling they not going to answer me,i wanted to asked them what was their statement as they told me from the first minute they werer gonna say i was helping them ,but it seems they went the other venue ,at least thats what the letter from insurancesays ,i attached it on this messageAttachments are only available to registered users.Register HereAttachments are only available to registered users.Register Here
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