Lob-Leg wrote: »
ps - the website is bottonline.co.uk
davidbrian55 wrote: »
flight delay from norwich to corfu, only two flights per week! Yet they want proof of delay, boarding passes and passport details. 7 or 8 hour delay, does anyone else have a claim in for this flight?
Do I also claim for food, wine and taxi? Do I have to provide receipts or is there a standard sum?
Advice, assistance welcome.
Mark2spark wrote: »
Food can also be claimed with receipts.
Daza wrote: »
You will not be able to claim for any alcholic drinks (IE Wine) - only water & soft drinks
Littlenix wrote: »
I was going to start the court action this weekend but just wanted to know, has anybody actually managed to claim from Thomson? Should I wait the 56 days stated which works out to be early March if I work from 18 Jan before starting court action and at least be seen by the court to be acting fairly and within timescales?
Not sure what to do for the best and would really appreciate advice whether to just pay the £70 or £80 court fee (depending on the euro/£ exchange rate) and just press on with the small claims or if anybody has tried an alternative method and been successful
blondmark wrote: »
But the court won't think you're acting fairly - they'll think you're bent double over backwards. The court's version of acting fairly comes form the Practice Direction on Pre-action Conduct issued by the Ministry of Justice. This states that 14 days notice is fair - then you can sue. As for acting 'within timescales', what does this even mean? What is the relevance of the defendant deigning to respond in 56 days, 56 weeks or 56 months. The only relevant period is 14 days.
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