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i asked for a copy of everything that was sent to my tenant and within writs and the likes was basically a document that i use for payment purposes which lists my employers address it was enclosed in the middle of different documents, that i believe i originally supplied them for proof of my occupation.
The case has just been raised this is the first action, the action is ordinary cause action for eviction and monies sought. In a case like this it would not be standard practise to do this ?
What action could I possibly take ?
As a layman I was under the impression my representative would not give out any information especially personal information unless he was legally obliged to and I would not have to state that I objected to this when I see that as being read.
I agree it is more a police matter but I feel I have been put in a bad position due to this.
Are solicitors bound by the data protection act ?