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I take your point that they can't be interdicted from doing something they have already done. :) They removed me from an event yesterday but say they are "still considering" an event on Sunday which to me implies that they think they are involved in an ongoing process.
What is the best way for me to ensure that I can take part in Sunday's events?
And would any legal action I might take be against "the branch committee" ,"the club committee" and/or the individual post holders eg chair,secretary etc.
Does it matter that the alleged offence must have taken place well before Xmas (I think they are referring to a FB post or post which were imediaately removed and on a page I wsa immediately banned from) and that although I raised the whole matter by asking six weeks ago to be reinstated on their FB page,they only gave me 24 hours warning of the suspension?
I have been in the club 15 years and have never yet heard of anybody being suspended for anything (which I would expect to include cheating or something serious not an alleged remark on FB 8/9 months ago).
I think they will back down on this suspension and allow due process through the club's system if I can claim a strong enough hand. They know they are wrong, they just want to get my "punishment" in while they can and will therefore be happy to accept a smack on the wrist in a year for doing it - but they will not be happy to contemplate legal action if I can show that by suspending me,they havejust added to their woes.
Thank youCustomervery much indeed for your help,which has been invaluable. You have considered not only the law for me but also the common sense solution and I really am grateful.
I would not hesitate to use this service again and as soon as I can work out the rate of charging/tips/whatever that is - I will add to my original payment. Worth every penny!